Supreme Court agrees to examine constitutionality of Quebec cannabis law

The Supreme Court of Canada will weigh the constitutionality of a Quebec law that forbids the growing of cannabis for personal use.

Four years ago the federal government legalized recreational cannabis, allowing people to grow up to four cannabis plants per residence for their own use.

However, Quebec’s Cannabis Regulation Act prohibited possession of cannabis plants and cultivation for personal purposes in the province.

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