Canada’s Health Ministry recently launched a legislative review of the Cannabis Act that legalized marijuana in 2018. The idea is to evaluate the impact of nationwide legalization on youth, indigenous minorities, the economy and the ongoing illicit market. In addition, "the review will look at the Canadian cannabis industry's complaints about high taxes, sale limitations, and advertising restrictions," reported Reuters.

Canada's health minister was required to conduct a review three years after the law came into force.

Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said it took longer than expected to begin because the government planned a broader review than what is mandated by law. “We will strengthen the (Cannabis) …

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