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January 12, 2018

by The Canadian Press CALGARY – A customer walks into a downtown marijuana dispensary to browse the hash menu for the perfect after-lunch pick-up. Another flicks through images in an online store, planning to purchase a selection as a hostess gift. Like it or not, this will be the reality across Canada after the proposed Cannabis Act (or Bill C-45) comes into force this summer. Depending on which province or territory you live in, if you are of legal age to purchase marijuana, you will soon be able to drop into a licensed store or order it online from the comfort of your own home. But the promised legalization date of July, 1, 2018, is approaching fast. Many aspects of marijuana regulation will not be finalized by then. Eating weed gummies at work? Marijuana rules may take a decade to sort out

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