Discussion in 'International Marijuana News' started by Shaawing, Mar 27, 2017.

  1. Yup. East coast here and I wouldn’t live anywhere else.

    First to third grow. From beginner to novice lol.
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  2. You Canadians are gonna love some Tim Horton's, and joint lol.
  3. I agree with this! I presently live in southern Ontario and it is sometimes unbearable. Crime is going up, driving anywhere is insane because more and more people are moving here and urban sprawl is flattening wooded areas and farmland. Housing prices are through the roof, everything is taxed and hydro is insane.
    I was starting to look out East because my dad is from there. The houses are huge and cheaper, people nice and friendly but I hear the winters are long (ie Newfoundland just had a snowstorm again yesterday lol)
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  4. I'm from the East and I love it. The only other place that I would consider living is BC because I can't imagine not living near the ocean but it's just too expensive in most areas there. I lived in Newfoundland for almost 7 years and I can attest to the fact that the weather there is horrible (It's a good place other than the weather). Long Winters and short Summers that are usually on the colder side and rainy. If you're thinking of heading East, I would stay away from Newfoundland for the reasons I talked about and also Northern New Brunswick as they tend to get a lot of Winter storms with a lot of snow.
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  5. I'm very aware of what's going on in Canada and the plant count we will soon have.
    I haven't heard anything about growing Outdoors on ones own property out in the backyard.
    Anyone heard anything about that??

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  6. If I'm not mistaken, you'll be allowed to grow your four plants in your backyard everywhere you're allowed to grow, besides Alberta where no outdoor grows are permitted and British Columbia where plants will be visible to the public. I haven't heard anything else but other provinces might have added restrictions also.
    I'm quite sure that only applies to the property that you reside but I could be wrong.
  7. https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canad...o-spot-drug-impaired-drivers-chiefs-1.4004743

    This makes zero sense to me. Haven't all cops always been trained to spot impaired drivers? It's not like weed is something that hasn't been available before. Anyone who really wants to smoke it is most likely already doing it and those who are going to smoke and drive are already doing it. I'm going to make a pretty good guess and say that the people who are waiting until it's legal to try it aren't the ones who are going to be driving high anyway.
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