Weed History: Nova Scotia is the Birthplace of Cannabis in Canada

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CULTURE Weed history: Nova Scotia is the birthplace of cannabis in Canada Nova Scotia has one of the highest per capita consumption rates in the country. And now we know why By Ross Andersen A view across the devastated neighbourhood of Richmond in Halifax, Nova Scotia after the Halifax Explosion, looking toward the Dartmouth side of the harbour. The steamship Imo, one of the ships in the collision that triggered the explosion can be seen aground on the far side of the harbour - Halifax after 6th December 1917. Credit: Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management A boat with tourists is seen in the Halifax harbour Tuesday May 11, 2010 as it sails past Navy ships. (ANDRE FORGET/QMI AGENCY) Today, Nova Scotians are among the highest per capita cannabis users in the country / Photo: iStock/Getty Images Plus iStock / Getty Images Plus

If you have ever visited Nova Scotia, you would know about its rich history. It was ground zero for the largest man-made explosion prior to Hiroshima. It supplies the city of Boston with a Christmas tree every year. And you’re never more than 60 kilometres from the sea.

Here is something you won’t read in the history books: Nova Scotia is the birthplace of cannabis in Canada.

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