Article by CBC News
Marijuana is set to become legal in Canada in seven days and in recent weeks there has been a major shift in the number of places people in Ontario will be able to enjoy it.
The previous Liberal government had planned to restrict use to private homes and properties, but that changed when the Progressive Conservatives were elected in June.
Amendments to the Smoke Free Ontario Act are now making their way through the legislature that will bring cannabis smoking under the Act’s umbrella.
In short, the province says anywhere you can smoke a cigarette, you’ll be able to smoke pot.
That concerns Sudbury college student Erik Tanguay.