Quebec Raising Legal Age for Cannabis to 21 but Policy Experts Warn Law Won’t Have Intended Effect
Quebecers under the age of 21 won’t be able to buy or possess recreational cannabis as of Wednesday, ushering in the toughest age restrictions in the country since pot was legalized 14 months ago.
The Coalition Avenir Québec government passed legislation in the fall that upped the legal age for accessing cannabis from 18, citing the impact of cannabis on young minds in deciding to act.
But policy experts suggest restricting legal access to the drug for the segment of the population most likely to use the drug will not have the intended effect.
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