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Cannabis Conundrum

Alex Young
Publication date:
January 14, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the challenges faced by condominiums in dealing with the legalization of recreational cannabis in Ontario. The Cannabis Act allows condo owners and occupants aged 19 and older to use cannabis in their units and on outdoor common elements, and grow up to four plants per unit. However, indoor common element spaces remain strictly smoke-free. Condo boards have the authority to pass rules addressing smoking to promote safety and prevent unreasonable interference with others' use and enjoyment. The article suggests surveying owners before implementing rules and emphasizes the trend towards smoke-free condos.


Cannabis Conundrum, Cannabis Act, Condominium Rules, Recreational Cannabis, Condo Owners, Outdoor Common Elements, Indoor Common Element Spaces, Smoke-Free Condos, Secondhand Smoke, Condo Boards, Smoking Restrictions, Condo Community.

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Alex Young
Cannabis Conundrum
January 14, 2019
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