The people from Canada are now willingly and happy to buy cannabis after country announced that has legalised its usage and set the laws concerned and place where to buy and sell it.
Canada has become the second country on this world after Uruguay to legalise possession and use of recreational cannabis for the purpose of leisure and business that bears profit to the people and country.
The first recreational cannabis to be legally bought in Canada was purchased at midnight on Tuesday on the eastern island of Newfoundland amid queues of hundreds of people.
It seems to accept different crimes that will be caused by overdose of those marijuana but police forces announced that it will be responsible to manage this situation by focusing on country’s strategies.
Big number of people especially the cannabis users appreciated this decision taken by government that it was their wishes to be free as revealed by Ian Power from the town of St John who firstly bought cannabis after getting freedom.
“It’s been my dream to be the first person to buy the first legal gram of cannabis in Canada, and here I finally am,” he said.
Canadian provinces and municipalities have been preparing for months for the end of cannabis prohibition. They are responsible for setting out where cannabis can be bought and consumed.
There remain unanswered questions on some key issues around how legal cannabis will work in Canada.
A number of analysts are predicting a shortage of recreational marijuana in the first year of legalisation as production and licensing continues to ramp up to meet demand.
The marketplace itself is still in its infancy and this is said to be cause of marijuana shortage .
Though cannabis legalised there are some laws in its usage, adults will be able buy cannabis oil, seeds and plants and dried cannabis from licensed producers and retailers and to possess up to 30 grams (one ounce) of dried cannabis in public, or its equivalent.
Other remark on cannabis is its usage for medical purpose where in this field is used by many countries include African as in April Zimbabwe became the second country in Africa, after Lesotho, to legalise the use of marijuana for medical purposes