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Quebec Cannabis Law

Post by Admin on Sun Oct 28, 2018 10:03 pm

Where will it be sold, and how much will it cost?

The SAQ, Quebec's liquor board, will oversee the sale and distribution of marijuana, but the sales will be carried out by a new, separate entity: the Société Québécoise du Cannabis (SQDC).
Marijuana will be available for purchase at SQDC-run stores and online.
There are plans to open about 20 stores by December and between 150 and 160 stores in the next two to three years.
The online store will be operational as soon as cannabis is made legal. 

What will be sold, and how much will it cost?

People will be able to buy both dried and fresh cannabis as well as cannabis oil. 
Marijuana is expected to cost a little over $6 a gram.
Edibles won't be available as they aren't part of the federal government's initial legalization plan.


Can I grow it myself?

The short answer is no. Quebecers won't be allowed to grow marijuana plants at home, even though the proposed federal law would allow Canadians to have up to four plants at home for their personal use.
The Senate made an amendment to the federal legislation last week that gives the final say on home grown pot to the provinces. 
But the federal government has rejected that change.

How old, and how much?

You'll need to be 18 to legally consume cannabis. The CAQ wanted the age limit to be 21. 
Quebecers will also only be allowed 150 grams of dried marijuana in their home — and will only be allowed to purchase a maximum of 30 grams at any one time. 
Marijuana use will only permitted in the same places as tobacco. Smoking will also be prohibited on university and CEGEP grounds.
There will be zero tolerance for drivers — police officers will be able to ask for a saliva sample if they suspect someone is driving while high and will be able to suspend a driver's licence for 90 days if a sample comes back positive.

When will cannabis actually be legal?

That depends on what happens in Ottawa. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has maintained that cannabis will be legal this summer, but there's still much to do.
Senators voted last week to pass the Trudeau government's landmark legislation to lift Canada's 95-year-old prohibition on recreational cannabis with a number of amendments.
The government will have to decide whether to approve, reject or modify the senators' changes before returning the bill to the Senate for another vote.
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