The first marijuana dispensary in Canada is expected to open in the spring of 2021. The newly formed Canadian Drug Concentration Addiction Resource Centre (CDCRIC) has acquired land in British Columbia to set up a comprehensive marijuana dispensary. This move represents a welcome turn away from our government, which has so far been opposed to opening such weed establishments. This is because Canadian government agencies have concluded that cannabis does indeed possess a “high potential for misuse and addiction.” You have a peek here
The dispensary project is the brainchild of Dan Cesare, who has previously worked with other Canadian groups to design and run marijuana legalization initiatives. The two main components of the proposed legislation would be mandatory minimum age and mandatory criminal record background checks on all marijuana users and sellers. The aim is to create a system by which marijuana users can legally purchase their favorite weed strains from the comfort of their homes, while also maintaining a strong societal and governmental stance against drug dependency. It is believed that Canada may become one of the world leaders in establishing national cannabis policies.
Canadian officials are confident that once theweed dispensary in Canada is up and running, it will soon rival the well-known California system which allows anyone over the age of eighteen to purchase cannabis products from any local retail outlets. The Canadian system will require a valid ID card to buy cannabis online and police will not allow patrons under the age of eighteen to enter the premises. Authorities expect a significant increase in reported cases regarding cannabis possession and delivery over the next few years. To date, there are no reported cases of cultivation, production or cultivation by non-residents of Canada, however Canadian law enforcement authorities are aware of cases in which Canadian residents were involved in cross border cannabis cultivation/production with foreign criminals.