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Since each province will ultimately be responsible for establishing its own rules, things could especially be confusing in cities and areas that are located on the borders of multiple provinces. Some speculate that cross-border trips might become frequent if marijuana laws are much less restrictive in a neighboring province.
Current laws and possible future regulations in Ontario
It appears that Quebec and Alberta plan to set 18 as the legal age to purchase marijuana while other provinces will likely only allow individuals of 19 and older to buy it. Under current federal law, each residence may grow four cannabis plants, but each province or territory must decide on what is and what isn’t allowed during the cultivation process. The following regulations may control marijuana use in Ontario:
Legal issues may increase
Until Ontario’s new marijuana laws are all in place, there might be confusion about the smaller details such as smoking marijuana while out walking or sitting in a park. Also, after the implementation of any new laws this summer, there will be a potential for a myriad of disputes between law enforcement and the public. Therefore, whether you were using, growing, selling or buying marijuana, protecting your rights if any legal issues should arise could be invaluable to your future best interests.