A smart plan for legalization in Canada that hits all of the governments criteria

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With recent light of the Legalization of Cannabis in Canada (and the setbacks) i feel we have a moral obligation as one of the first countries to legalize this substance properly as we will be setting an example for generations and other Countries to follow for decades. My hope is that this (idea) for a plan gets the attention of our Government because i feel it is a sensible and logical way to hit all of the Governments criteria for the upcoming legalization.

I believe these goals can be achieved by doing the following:

1. Allowing and making it easier for Canadians to grow their own cannabis freely on their property to "crackdown" on the blackmarket, this will also in turn allow people with a professional level of knowledge on a more recreational, craft or specific product sort of basis to have their niche in what will be the regulated legal market.

The other side of this is that by allowing people to grow it freely it shuts down two other areas of the black market involving it being sold to people underage and people being exploited because of their dependency on cannabis without easy access to it

2. Look into research on the idea of what would happen if we grew Cannabis in the wild naturally in an ecosystem as the idea of intaking the raw product through means of juicing it has proven very beneficial health wise without the psychoactive effects, in the same sort of idea like how pollen affects people (in theory) the process of having it in the air pollen wise may be beneficial to the eco system

3. Have a program where people are paid subsidies to grow cannabis for the government off their property and provide it to the medical sector for research and the application in medicine i.e Pharmacudicals 



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