The legalization of cannabis is obviously a very contentious issue and with such a big legalization that affects everybody in the whole country. It's important that people do this right now with the with away that the Canadian government legalize cannabis in 2018. They decided I understand that they decided to give responsibility to each province to set their own guidelines on how they wanted to roll out the
Ation of cannabis now I can see that there are different sides of why this would be beneficial. I think that each province knows its inhabitants the best and represents its citizens the best and so by giving power to each province to control their own distribution and their own method of legalization allow. It takes into account the special
demographics of each province and how they can how those May differ for example in a smaller problems like Newfoundland they may have different factors to consider than a much larger problems like Ontario and so giving the responsibility to each province would allow them to consider things in more detail than they would if it was just a federal level where they some provinces may feel left out and unable to have any power in their own decision making
Going but I do see some problems with how this was some potential problems and how this was laid out in the past. For example, if you if there was just if you had one central power to facilitate the distribution of cannabis and how you would roll that out. Then it's much more likely to be organized efficient and cost-effective because you only have one governing body that you need.
Communicate with and so that can streamline the process by quite a lot and obviously you might be able to put more resources and more power and obviously you can still have representatives from each province. And so that would still make sure that all voices are heard overall. I am not sure if I know enough about this topic to confidently address what any issues were in regards to legalization of cannabis.