9 Ways Canadians are Getting Busted For Cannabis Post-Legalization

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CULTURE 9 ways Canadians are getting busted for cannabis post-legalization Legalization hasn't meant a weed free-for-all — and these regulations and bylaws are tripping up Canadians By Emma Spears Make sure you're following the provincial rules of the road if you're travelling with cannabis. Photo: Greg Southam Do not pass the dutchie in the car, to neither the left nor the right hand side. Photo: Ben Harding/Getty Images FILE – A U.S. Border Patrol agent walks to his vehicle on patrol along the Canadian border near the border crossing point at Pittsburg, New Hampshire. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images FILE – It was a busy opening day for Ottawa licensed cannabis shop, Superette, located on Wellington St in Ottawa. Photo by Jean Levac/Postmedia Mind your human resources policy, and don’t assume that cannabis legalization means you can get high at work. Photo: The Cannabiz Agency/Getty Images Cannabis is legal — or, to be more precise, possessing up to 30 grams of dried flower at a time is. Photo: LightFieldStudios/Getty Images Not everyone loves the smell of cannabis, and a smell-proof container could save you a headache. Photo:AaronAmat/Getty Images Not all landlords or property management companies are cool with cannabis consumption — and they can ban it. Photo: Niyaz_Tavkaev/Getty Images

When recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada in 2018, some imagined the country would become a utopia for weed-lovers: Canadians could be sparking up doobs with impunity, drunk — or stoned — on the fact that they can do whatever they liked with the once-prohibited plant.

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