System imposing amusement pot remains unclear as Marijuana businesses are expanding in size and extent as Canada progresses towards legitimization of recreational pot generates a progressively formidable task for those endeavors with imposing the rules.
In Vancouver’s scampering downtown glossy modern posters with popular fonts and uncomplicated images are stuck on the lamppost. But a close look at it reveals the rolled joints inside a sandwich or buds among a plate of broccoli. The posters displayed, weed delivery simplified.
Once an undercover, presently marijuana freightage services are openly advertised uniting unlicensed retail stores and online shops as cannabis businesses dodging the prevalent law. Administrators have attempted to close them but the results have always been positive and if imposition will enact in a different manner post legitimization remains unclear.
It is still illegitimate for anybody to own, produce, import, export marijuana until federal legislation is validated said Const. Jason Doucette, a spokesman for Vancouver police. He also said in an email that even though these online stores are keeping a track of regulated substances, there is a shortage of manpower and time to carry out these probes because of the number of these operations. Police resources are limited in the case of probing cannabis resentment among the other tasks that members have been provided.
Doucette said that it would be unsuitable to remark on the force’s position succeeding legitimization but he observed that officers will be able to consider public welfare issues that may emanate.
Simon Morgan was born and raised in Ottawa. Simon has worked as a freelance journalist for nearly a decade and written for The Ottawa Sun, the Vancouver Sun and the Star. As a journalist for Island Daily Tribune, Simon mostly covers community events and human interest stories.