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Cannabis Legalization: Canna-101 for Condos

Megan Molloy
Publication date:
July 20, 2018
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the upcoming legalization of cannabis in Canada and its potential impact on condominium communities. It addresses the proposed Cannabis Act, which will make it legal for Canadians over 18 to carry and use cannabis up to 30 grams. Condo owners will be permitted to grow up to four cannabis plants in their residences. The article explores the potential challenges and nuisances associated with cannabis consumption in condos, including smoke permeation, utility usage, and odors. It suggests that condo corporations should consider updating their rules to clarify the prohibition of cannabis consumption and smoking. The article also discusses the tension between the duty to accommodate residents with medical cannabis needs and the right to a smoke-free residence.


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Megan Molloy
Cannabis Legalization: Canna-101 for Condos
July 20, 2018
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