Posted November 10, 2018 09:11:13With the league now set to announce the start of the 2018 season, a lot of people are wondering where the next step for marijuana in Canada is headed.
There are a number of different scenarios that could play out depending on where the league decides to place its headquarters.
Here’s what we know so far:While the CFL has been clear that it wants to continue its focus on the Canadian market, the league is also going to look at what other countries have done with marijuana legalization.
The Canadian government has legalized marijuana for recreational use, but the league says it is a grey area and that Canada’s laws are much different than the United States.
In Canada, marijuana is legal for medical use, recreational use and medical use.
The current marijuana law does not prohibit the recreational use of pot and has a limited number of exceptions.
The league says there are currently about 100,000 medical marijuana users in Canada.
Canada has been one of the leaders in marijuana legalization, with the country allowing recreational and medicinal marijuana use in 2018, and allowing the sale of marijuana products.
It also legalized recreational use for medical purposes last November.
While the league has said it will not be the first to make a decision on where it is heading next, it is likely to be one of those that does so.