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The Government of Canada has indicated that non-medical cannabis will become legal by the summer of 2018.
The Alberta provincial government will be responsible for deciding how non-medical cannabis will be distributed and sold within their provincial boundaries.
The City of Medicine Hat will have a role in developing local policies and regulations for non-medical cannabis that will determine where retail stores may be located and where public consumption will be allowed.
The City is seeking the community’s input on how the residents and businesses want cannabis legalization to ‘look like’ in Medicine Hat.
The City of Medicine Hat is not currently accepting applications for cannabis retail stores.
Right now it is only legal to use cannabis if you have a medical prescription. Selling cannabis for non-medical purposes is still illegal.