REM Online: Marijuana and condos: You can’t smoke just anywhere

Oct. 17 is right around the corner. When that date arrives, it will usher in a profound change in Canada, because it marks the point that smoking cannabis will be legal. Under the federal Cannabis Act, Canadians will be legally permitted to buy, possess, use and share up to 30 grams of cannabis, and to grow up to four marijuana plants at home. But what condo owners and tenants may not realize is that the right to use cannabis is not unrestricted. The legalization of marijuana does not give people free rein to smoke just anywhere they like. Instead, condo owners and tenants can still be subject to non-smoking rules, which are designed to protect fellow owners and residents from being subjected to unwanted second-hand smoke of all types. Read More....


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