Grow Cannabis Ontario

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Support weed legalization in Ontario, Canada with this groovy tee!
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    • Seamless rib at neck
    • Taped shoulder-to-shoulder
    • Double needle stitching
    • Tear-away label
    • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
    • 7/8” collar
    • Classic fit
    • The ULTIMATE cotton tee!
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    • Heavyweight, durable fabric
    • 90% cotton/10% polyester blend
    • Ribbed cuffs and relaxed waistband to keep its shape
    • Low-pill fabric
    • Roomy front pouch pocket and hood
    • The ULTIMATE cotton hoodie!
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    • Glossy, eye-catching print
    • Dishwasher friendly
    • High quality ceramic
    • Holds up to 12 oz. of liquid
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    The Organic Council of Ontario (French: Le Conseil Biologique de l'Ontario) is a non-profit membership based association based in Guelph, Ontario in Canada. The association represents the Organic farming sector in Ontario at the national and provincial level. The Organic Council of Ontario represents all groups and provides leadership and support in order to grow the organic sector of Ontario. Its members include producers, processors, marketers, distributors, suppliers, certifiers, retailers, restaurants and others.

    Cannabis—or marijuana—is currently legal in Canada only for medicinal purposes, under conditions outlined in the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR)[1] issued by Health Canada, and for seed, grain, and fibre production under licence by Health Canada.[2] On 17 October 2018, Canada is to become the third nation in the world, after Uruguay and Georgia, to formally legalize the drug.[3][4][5] It will also become the first G7 and G20 nation to do so.[6] Cannabis was banned in Canada from 1923 until regulated medical cannabis became legal in 2001. In response to popular opinion,[7] Justin Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, committed while campaigning during the 2015 federal election to legalize cannabis for recreational use. The Liberal Party of Canada won the election with 184 seats, allowing the party to form a majority government with Trudeau as Prime Minister.[8] The plan was to remove cannabis possession for personal consumption from the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act; however, new laws would be enacted to strengthen punishment of those convicted of either supplying cannabis to minors, or of impairment while driving a motor vehicle.[9] The legislation to legalize cannabis for recreational use (Cannabis Act, Bill C-45) was passed by the House of Commons of Canada in late November 2017; it passed second reading in the Senate of Canada on 22 March 2018.[10] On 18 June 2018, the House passed the bill with most, but not all, of the Senate's amendments.[11] The Senate accepted this version of the Act the following day.[12] Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the next day that recreational use of cannabis would no longer violate the criminal law as of 17 October 2018.

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