Saturday, September 9, 2017

Ontario Goes to Pot

"You have to recognize the culture of the province has changed, the economic life of the province has changed, and opinion and attitudes have definitely changed."
Mississauga South's C. Sousa, announced what the government was not doing the other day.
“We are not encouraging the consumption of cannabis. That would be a mistake.”
The presumably serious statement came as the government announced a new neighbourhood drug dealer.


The press release - from the government's main legal Minister - makes it abundantly clear the provincial government is gearing up to sell cannabis to people it doesn't approve of due to the actions of the federal government.
In response to the federal government's plan to legalize cannabis by July 2018, Ontario is committing to a safe and sensible framework to govern the lawful use and retail of recreational cannabis as a carefully controlled substance within the province.
The mock press probably got this story right.

from the Beaverton