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What’s changed since Canada legalised weed?

What’s changed since Canada legalised weed?

Comment, Specials, World
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbPoNj6jhxY&t=2s On October 17th, 2018, Canada officially legalised weed, but did this actually change anything within Canadian society? Prior to the official legalisation date, weed was decriminalised for years–meaning possessions of small amounts of weed did not carry extreme criminal penalties. Although the country is the second country ever to legalise marijuana after Uruguay, it doesn't seem like much has changed since October 17th. https://twitter.com/FraserAllanBest/status/1057646066554744832 https://twitter.com/FraserAllanBest/status/1057646995022606336 Dr Oyedeji Ayonrinde, an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Queen's University told Voice of London: "For young engaged consumers, not much has changed. For risk-aver
Amsterdam in 2016 – Brothels, bud, bicycles and beyond

Amsterdam in 2016 – Brothels, bud, bicycles and beyond

Lifestyle, Travel
Could the ongoing development project that includes a modern makeover of the Red Light District really transform the city of sin’s infamous reputation? Reporter and Photographer: Visnja Marjanovic | Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova “Okay, go get it.” “No, you’re the older one, you do it!” “Yes, I am the older one, so I am telling you to do it.” I sighed. Having a cool older sister by your side in Amsterdam, one would think she’d be the one providing the drugs. Prior to my trip, my friend from the Netherlands did try to clarify the rocket science behind the drugs law, but the multiple contradictions left me even more confused. The Dutch drug policy considers the use of soft drugs a health matter – a matter of personal use - and it is comparable to the alcohol and tobacco consumption. So
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