After Canada Legalizes Pot, Industry Eyes Rest of the World

Dillon McArdle, right, and a woman opposed to marijuana use, left, argue as a small group holds a protest about the dangers of marijuana in Vancouver, on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. Canada became the largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace as sales began early Wednesday.

By Published on October 18, 2018

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  • fullerhonda

    Bad choice people. Vice is never a winning proposition. These people obviously have no connection with the Creator.

    • Michael Kilburg

      I was thinking the same thing. Why do people need marijuana? Stress? Anxiety? Worry? Know God – know peace, no God – no peace. If you believe the latter, you need a substitute. But the substitute will always be lacking. I also think it’s ironic that the same Governments that heavily regulate tobacco cigarettes because they are detrimental to health think they’re are no health issues to see here. They believe marijuana is harmless.

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