Quebec gov’t forges ahead with plan to raise age of cannabis consumption from 18 to 21


MONTREAL — The Quebec government’s move to raise the age limit to consume cannabis is being criticized by opposition parties, marijuana producers and public health experts in the province. The Legault government has followed through on an election promise to raise the age of consumption from 18 to 21, passing a bill at the national assembly on Tuesday to bring about the strictest rules in the country. The legal age for consumption is 19 in every other province except Alberta, where it’s 18.

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