Ontario Seeds Feb 25th, 2018 update. Marijuana is not yet legal in Ontario, Canada but it will be soon. The leader of Canada has promised to make Marijuana legal before July 1st, Canada day, 2018.
Ontario Seeds Promotes Marijuana Art
Ontario seeds promotes one of the greatest marijuana artist of the century. Please visit here to see the best marijuana art in the world. You’ll love all the shapes and colours, especially if you’re high.
Ontario Marijuana To Be Taxed Higher With Special Levy?
Did you know the Mayor in Toronto, Canada wants the city in the Province of Ontario to add a “special levy” because he believes marijuana legalization will add extra costs to the city.
I thought taxing cannabis in Ontario at the normal rates would offset any extra costs. We actually don’t think there will be any extra costs and the costs to run the city of Toronto will actually decrease will less violence. And we’re about top see increased tourist spending at hotels and restaurants. Even the airports should get busier in Canada as travellers may choose Canada airports as a preferred transfer hub for layovers as they may want to get high in a country with legal weed before flying home or onwards to their destination. Snow birds may op to stay in Canada instead of spending their money in the Caribbean. Do you think a higher cannabis tax is fair? Let us know and leave your feedback now.
Police Chief and RCMP Flip-Flop Cannabis Opinion
The former Police Chief who used to cry out against Marijuana in Ontario now heads up a cannabis company called Aleafia with former RCMP deputy commissioner, presently the company’s president and CEO.
Only The Province Ontario Has Passed It’s Marijuana Law
Only the Province Ontario has passed it’s marijuana law and the rest are at different stages. 30 Grams of dried cannabis is the federally-mandated public possession limit. Quebec and Alberta want to allow you more than 30 grams at home. Every province except Manitoba maintains the weed toking age of majority to be the same with current drinking ages.
Ontario Home Grown Weed Restrictions
Bill C-45 has Ontario home grown weed restrictions. Individuals can only grow up to four plants for their own personal consumption. Edible are currently off the table to sell. But you can make your own edibles at home for your own use.