People On Reddit Admit That They’re Actually Pretty Disappointed In Marijuana Legalization In Canada

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Canada People On Reddit Admit That They're Actually Pretty Disappointed In Marijuana Legalization In Canada Things smell different, at least. @Photo 118418795 © Dmitry Tishchenko - Dreamstime.com Michelle Cadieux

It’s been a little over six weeks now since cannabis became legal in Canada.

The first day of legalization was highly succesuful. In Quebec, for example, the SQDC proccessed 42,500 transactions in store and online in just a single day.

As a result, legalization has made one thing abundantly clear:Canadians love weed.

So much so that many legal cannabis vendors across Canada have run low on inventory much more quickly than anticipated. The SQDC has been perhaps hardest hit by this lack of stock. The goverment-run retailer has had to close three days per week.

All this difficulty in the legalization process begs the question: has anything actually changed in the daily life of Canadians now that weed is legal?

We turned to Reddit to find some answers to this question.

One anonymous Canadian user posted remarking that, as a pizza person, he has noticed more and more houses smell like weed, as if people have stopped stressing over covering up the smell of pot.

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