When it comes to marijuana use in Canada, the defacto province everyone thinks is toking up regularly is British Columbia. Although we are up there, a recent survey by Stats Canada reveals that Nova Scotians toke up a little more than the rest of Canada. Or they are simply the most honest about it.
In B.C., 14.2% said they smoked marijuana in the last 12 months, compared to 14.8% in Nova Scotia. The Canadian average is 12.2%.
The survey was done last year with Canadians aged 15 and older.
Percentage of People admitting to smoking marijuana in Last 12 months
Source: QMI Agency via Toronto Sun
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