Actively changing the perception of medical marijuana, not only have these two clinics letting people smoke more, they're also changing the negative perception other physicians have towards marijuana, as clinic doctors often collaborate with a patient's other physicians when creating treatments.
No random Joe can walk in and get a marijuana prescription, but those who truly need it will, and more access to weed is a very good thing.
As a compromise, the plans could allow each Canadian province to set the age of lawful cannabis consumption in line with the legal age for drinking alcohol.
“There is a need in the cannabis industry for a number of things,” Mitchem said.
Unlike most Canadian cities, excluding Vancouver, Toronto is home to not one, but two, official medical marijuana clinics.
Medical Marijuana Clinics of Canada on Danforth and Cannabinoid Medical Clinic by Yonge and Eglinton have been helping those who truly need medical marijuana since August.
Free beer and money hidden around a city is all well and good, and something tons of cities have been doing, but Toronto trumps them all with the Marijuana Treasure Hunt.
An annual event held by MIB_Toronto, the MTH is the largest free cannabis event in all of Canada, so take that Vancouver.