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  1. Cannabis was first legalized in Canada in October 2018. The government took a very different approach to the drug than many other countries. It allowed patients to use cannabis for medical purposes and then introduced a strict regulatory system to control sales and consumption, establish product safety requirements, deter black market trafficking, and limit youth access.
  2.  The cannabis industry in Canada has been growing since the country began to liberalize the drug. The market is expected to grow to over $2 billion dollars annually.
  3.  Marijuana is sold in various forms throughout the country, including vape pens, edibles, and topicals. The market is expanding and consumers are excited to try new products.
  4.  A recent study from Statistics Canada found that one in six Canadians imbibed marijuana within three months of the survey. It also showed that daily users tend to be young adults.
  5.  The age group with the highest rates of cannabis use is 15 to 24 years old. The study shows that these age groups consume about a quarter of the total amount of cannabis consumed in Canada.
  6.  Another statistic that is quite interesting is the fact that over half of Canadians who use cannabis regularly do so for less than $250 per month. This means that most of them are buying their cannabis from illegal dealers.
  7.  As you can see, Canada has a lot of challenges when it comes to cannabis regulation. It's a complex and diverse system that requires various jurisdiction levels and local authorities.
  8.  In Canada, federal, provincial and territorial governments share responsibility for regulating cannabis. They have to decide on the minimum age for sale and possession of the drug, the quantities permitted and where it can be purchased or used.
  9.  There are strict regulations on packaging to avoid appealing to youth, and a ban on cannabis advertising that is aimed at youth. These regulations are intended to ensure that the market is not dominated by large companies.
  10.  The federal government is also investing millions of dollars in public education about the dangers of cannabis. The goal is to stop the current trend of teens using cannabis to get high and keep it out of their hands.
  11.  While some people argue that cannabis is safer than alcohol, there are still risks involved when it is smoked or eaten. For example, cannabis can lead to psychosis and death in some cases.
  12.  Moreover, it has been linked to lung cancer and liver disease, among other serious illnesses. For this reason, there is an increased need to regulate the cannabis industry and prevent it from becoming a major health issue in Canada.
  13.  For this reason, a government task force was established in 2015 to look at the future of cannabis and how it could be regulated. This team held public consultations and spoke with a range of representatives from provincial, territorial, municipal and Indigenous governments in Canada.
  14.  The task force concluded that cannabis prohibition did not work, and it impacted a wide range of young Canadians, leading to an increase in criminal prosecutions, overdose deaths, and drug-related hospitalizations. The task force also said that the cost of criminal prosecutions around cannabis is too great and they should be reformed.
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