Manitoba to Ban Pot Smoking in All Public Places, Homes and Yards Permitted

Article by Jeff Keele, CTV News

Province to ban pot smoking in all public places, homes and yards permitted. A new provincial law bans the use of marijuana in all public places, including streets, sidewalks, parks, beaches, school grounds, restaurant patios and hospitals. (File image)

Manitobans will only be able to smoke pot in their homes and backyards once legalization happens later this year.

A new provincial law bans the use of marijuana in all public places, including streets, sidewalks, parks, beaches, school grounds, restaurant patios and hospitals.

Retail stores will not be allowed to have smoking rooms like tobacconists and cigar shops.

An exception will be made for designated rooms in palliative care units or end of life hospices.

Another new law will allow police officers to administer a roadside test using an oral fluid screening device.

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