Government announces pot pardons
The Liberal government says it's addressing the issue of pardons for past pot convictions. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said there will be no further waiting period for people seeking pardons after they've served their sentences, and no fee for processing the request.
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After years of study, fierce debate, and a relentless campaign of public persuasion, Canadians are now free to enjoy legal cannabis, from coast to coast to coast. While many rejoiced and celebrated as they were able to purchase their buds legally for the first time, the vision of what a pot-permissive Canada looks like still remains somewhat hazy.
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Oct. 17 Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale