worst place to be caught with weed
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Worst Places to be Caught With Weed

Here are the absolute worst places on earth to be caught with weed “Cannabis is illegal in most countries,” reads an official Canada travel advisory warning citizens that if they happen to pack pot for their next foreign trip, the “Government of Canada cannot intervene on your behalf,” if caught with weed. Canada, South Africa

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Cannabis Profile

Strains For Insomnia Relief

8 OF THE BEST STRAINS FOR INSOMNIA Insomnia affects all of us from time to time.  Consistent sleeplessness often results in a prescription for sleeping pills, which can have unfortunate side effects. Cannabis is a natural way to treat those restless nights – as long as you’re using the right strain.  Selecting the correct strains

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Pot Retailers ‘Opted Out’ in Large Ontario Cities

Large Ontario cities opting out of pot retailers is a ‘haircut to expectations’ TORONTO – The densely populated Ontario municipalities that have said no to cannabis stores are a “painful haircut” to pot retailers’ expectations, but some remain optimistic that some cities will give them the green light down the line, industry players say. Municipalities in

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Marijuana Possession Charges No Longer

A Growing Chorus of Big City Prosecutors Say No to Convictions for Marijuana Possession  Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore’s top prosecutor, announced on Tuesday that she would stop prosecuting marijuana possession cases. BALTIMORE — Baltimore has both the highest murder rate among the nation’s big cities and one of the most broken relationships between its police and

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THC Impairment Laws In Canada Fail

Why Canada’s New Driving Laws Fail When It Comes To THC Impairment The passage of Bill C-46, which significantly changed Canada’s impaired driving laws, heralded a new age for roadside regulations, following the lead of Europe, Australia, and New Zealand to allow blood testing for THC impairment. A breathalyzer may still be used if you’re

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Bill C-46 (criminal code and transportation)

Legislative Background: reforms to the Transportation Provisions of the Criminal Code(Bill C-46) Bill C-46 The Government has committed to creating new and stronger laws to combat this crime. On April 13, 2017, the Government therefore introduced Bill C-46, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (offences relating to conveyances) and to make consequential amendments to other

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