03 Nov Ontario bill would OK medical cannabis use in hotels
Posted at 12:45h in Briefs, Canada Marijuana News, Cannabis Act, Ministry of the Attorney General, MMJ Business Daily, Ontario, Smoke-Free Ontario Act 0 CommentsMedical marijuana use would be permitted in some hotel rooms under Ontario’s proposed cannabis legislation, giving tourists and out-of-towners with an MMJ prescription a place to consume. Recreational cannabis, on the other hand, would be permitted only in personal residences, including private outdoor areas such as porches, decks and yards, a spokesperson for the Ministry of the Attorney General told Marijuana Business Daily. What you need to know:
- Medical cannabis, tobacco products and e-cigarettes will be governed by a single piece of legislation in Ontario called the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017.
- Recreational cannabis use and distribution in
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