Allard v Queen is a constitutional case, pending decision, that will determine whether cannabis patients who were given the option to grow for themselves will be allowed to continue.
The former federal government tried to eradicate this market, but the patients sued and were awarded an injunction.
The question is now whether the Trudeau government will pursue this constitutional battle.
With legal cannabis on the horizon, does a Trudeau government really
want a segment of the population with a constitutional right to
“reasonable access” that will include the right to cultivate?