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Is it legal to sell cannabis products in bars or restaurants?

Region: Ontario Answer # 2424

No. It is illegal to sell cannabis and cannabis products other than directly from the provincial government or through a licensed private retailer.

Under the Federal Cannabis Act, selling cannabis illegally is a criminal offence carrying a maximum punishment of up-to 14 years imprisonment. Additional penalties exist for the illegal sale of cannabis to minors.

For more detailed information and resources, refer to topic # 2331 Criminal offences and penalties under the Cannabis Act.

To erase your criminal record for simple cannabis possession or any other criminal charges, call toll-free 1-888-808-3628 or learn more at Pardon Partners. It’s easier than you think.

For legal advice and assistance with a cannabis related matter, contact our preferred cannabis law expert, Harrison Jordan Law .


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