The new year has brought with it some stricter age requirement for cannabis consumers throughout Quebec.
The Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) government has adopted a new law on cannabis consumption that raises the legal age from 18 to 21.
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The new age requirement makes Quebec the strictest province in the country. Elsewhere in Canada, cannabis is permitted at age 19, except in Alberta, where the legal age is 18.
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The new law has also banned the sale of cannabis snacks including candies, desserts, gummies, and chocolate.