Nova Scotia Government sets legal age for cannabis to 19.
Nova Scotia outlined its rule on marijuana use on December 7th. Legal age to buy and possess marijuana will be 19. This will also match its legal age for alcohol use. The ruling also states that cannabis will be sold through Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation outlets and will be available online.
The Trudeau government introduced legislation in April with the goal of legalizing marijuana by July 2018 but left it to the provinces to determine details such as how it will be sold.
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In addition, Justice Minister Mark Furey says the province also accepts federal rules setting a personal possession limit of up to 30 grams. Personal cultivation will limit of up to four plants per household. Provincial penalties for youth possession of up to five grams will be in place.
“We believe the NSLC is best positioned to sell cannabis, keeping it out of the hands of young people and making it legally available in a safe, regulated way.”
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