Dec 27, 2014
By Bob Sheppard
Changing attitudes by Canadians about marijuana may mean we’ll soon see the legalization of the drug in this country.
That’s the thinking of Jurgen Rehm of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto.
Rehm says over 70 percent of Ontarions have tried marijuana at least once. He says the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health would like to see marijuana legalized and have it sold and taxed like alcohol in outlets regulated by the province.
A poll done by Forum research in August showed that 66 percent of Candians favour legalization or decriminalization of marijuana.