Lindsey Bellew

  • November 13, 2022 By Lindsey Bellew 0 comments

    Ignorance of the law is not an excuse, even when smoking or vaping. So don’t wait to be fined for smoking in the wrong places. When you are in Ontario, and not in a Vaping store, there are prohibited places for smoking or vaping. Do you know that when you vape or smoke in the wrong place in Ontario and you are caught, you will be charged with an offense and fined? Hold your breath because the first offence will cost you $1,000 and the second offense will cost you $5000. According to the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017, you …

  • October 27, 2022 By Lindsey Bellew 0 comments

    In many countries around the world, the use of recreational marijuana is strictly illegal. There are, however, several countries where its use is legal, including Canada and the Netherlands.
    In contrast, many other countries choose to legalize only the medicinal extracts of marijuana and criminalize the high-THC products. For example, companies can sell low THC-CBD like BudPop’s delta 9 THC gummies products in the US state of Alabama. However, it is illegal to deal with recreational marijuana.
    Interestingly, it is illegal to sell CBD products (to some extent) in …

  • minors and cbd oil
    March 18, 2022 By Lindsey Bellew 0 comments

    Cannabis use for recreational purposes became legal in Canada in 2018. The Cannabis act introduced by the federal government made CBD oils from government entities and licensed growers legal under stringent regulations.
    The Cannabis act regulates compliance with essential CBD products. This includes production, processing, distribution, and sale. Only approved and regulated outlets like Exhale Wellness are considered legal to obtain CBD. This brings to question the quality and potency of any such CBD product.
    Although medical cannabis has been legal …

  • August 12, 2019 By Lindsey Bellew 0 comments

    Heritage Day is a national celebration that urges Canadian people to discover, reflect, and learn more about their roots, give back or lend a hand to the community, and visit places that reflect what the celebration is all about. People are also urged to visit local museums, historic structures, and the like. It is time to set the garden timer and leave the house to see the history of Canada.
    Heritage Day is celebrated and made possible to encourage Canadians to ponder and give recognition on the efforts and accomplishments of their predecessors as well as to take a vow to take responsibility and secure our heritage and culture….

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