Toronto Police Reportedly Stand By Statement That Clearly Illicit Cannabis Product Is, In Fact, Legal

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Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links News Legalization Toronto Police reportedly stand by statement that clearly illicit cannabis product is, in fact, legal Legal edibles are barred from having packaging that mimics non-cannabis products. Author of the article:The GrowthOp Publishing date:Mar 05, 2021 • 2 days ago • 2 minute read Under Health Canada’s regulations, any edible that mimics the branding of non-cannabis products, like Maynards Fuzzy Peach, is in defiance of the law. / Under Health Canada’s regulations, any edible that mimics the branding of non-cannabis products, like Maynards Fuzzy Peach, is in defiance of the law. / PHOTO BY CHRIS CARLSON /PNG Article content In a news release published earlier this week, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) sent a warning to the public about a child who had consumed a cannabis edible. The child was

In a news release published earlier this week, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) sent a warning to the public about a child who had consumed a cannabis edible.

The child was treated and released from the hospital after eating an edible from a package of “Buzzy Peaches.”

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