Pressure increases on Ontario to ban vaping displays to protect teens from addiction

TORONTO STAR: On the cannabis portion of the bill, a lobby group called the Consumer Choice Centre warned allowing municipalities to ban private marijuana stores within their boundaries will create “prohibition zones” where the criminal black market will continue to thrive.

“Waiting up to three business days for a package to arrive in the mail, which you have to be physically present to receive, is not accessible enough,” spokesman David Clement said in regards to the official government online sales channel, the Ontario Cannabis Store.

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About David Clement

David Clement is the North American Affairs Manager for the Consumer Choice Center and is based out of Oakville, Ontario. David holds a BA in Political Science and a MA in International Relations from Wilfrid Laurier University. Previously, David was the Research Assistant to the Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights. David has been regularly featured on the CBC, Global News, The Toronto Star and various other major Canadian news outlets.