The Quebec government recently released its framework for what the legal cannabis landscape will look like in the province.
Some of the rules make sense, but others discard policies that have worked in the province for decades when it comes to alcohol in favour of restrictive policies from across the river in Ontario.
One of the provisions getting the most attention is the fact that Quebec will not allow anyone to grow their own cannabis.
The province justified this decision by saying that policing home grow-ops will make enforcement a nightmare.
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