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Mayors weigh in on possible bylaw changes

CALEB NICKERSON
PONTIAC Oct. 17, 2018
Officials are hoping for a united front when it comes to local bylaws for recreational cannabis consumption following legalization on Oct. 17. Several municipalities across Quebec have already passed bylaws placing additional restrictions on where cannabis can be smoked and sold within their territory.
The Equity contacted several mayors prior to their monthly MRC meeting, which coincidentally falls on the same date as legalization.
Allumettes Island Mayor Winston Sunstrum said that there hadn’t been much discussion about the subject at his council, and said they would likely stick to the provincial guidelines.

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