Roundtables with experts, municipal partners and indigenous leaders are also planned, as well as one-on-one sector-specific meetings with employers, unions, youth, healthcare representatives, addiction and mental health, policing organizations, and producers. “We also want to be conducting surveys at public events around the provinces, like festivals throughout the summer months,” added Ganley. Deciding on a public or private retail and distribution model is also going to be another aspect the province is consulting with Albertans. The federal government has made July 2018 as its goal to have cannabis legalized, regulated, and restricted across the country. “I encourage Albertans to talk about this important topic amongst themselves, informally with family, friends, neighbours because at the end of the day, there is a lot to talk about,” said Ganley. The provincial government created a “conversation toolkit” to help with those conversations and keep people informed. The toolkit is available for download on the government website. “The legalization of cannabis is multifaceted. There are many issues to study before this becomes legal across Canada in the next summer. While there are many things to consider in the months ahead, our government’s focus throughout the process will remain on three key aspects,” said Ganley.
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