3 Years After Weed Legalization, Ontario Man Still Can’t Enter U.S. Due to 20-year-old Pot Charge

It has been exactly three years since recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada and two years since a program to grant pardons for simple possession was introduced — but some people with pot convictions and those who advocate for them say not much has changed since.

In 2019, the federal government said those with a criminal record for simple cannabis possession could apply for a free record suspension — formerly known as a pardon — through a new program.

Full story on CBC news.

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