Medical Marijuana Rules On Calgary City Council Agenda

Two Calgary city councillors are calling for land use rules for medical marijuana businesses before the new shops begin opening in the city.

CANADA:  Two Calgary city councillors are calling for land use rules for medical marijuana businesses before the new shops begin opening in the city.

Diane Colley-Urquhart and Gian-Carlo Carra want the city to address issues such as ‘clustering’ or ‘proliferation’ of the businesses and also to ensure there is separation from schools, as there is for liquor stores.

“You can imagine if you have a whole bunch of these in Inglewood for example and then people start lining up, going there, wanting to get access, wanting to see if they would qualify, this can fundamentally change the nature of a neighbourhood with this amount of activity going on,” said Colley-Urquhart.

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