A pot monopoly? What’s Kathleen Wynne smoking?

Yes, after weed is legalized on July 1 — or given Justin Trudeau’s penchant for broken promises, perhaps that should read if weed is legalized — Wynne will bravely mutate into a cross between Metrolinx and El Chapo and aim to control the local supply of cannabis through Beer Store-style outlets where the “product” is hidden from view, circa 1962, and the surreal experience is decidedly at odds with the presumed preferences of marijuana enthusiasts who’ve been known to do some impulse buying outside of traditional retail hours, and who likely won’t be thrilled when their new dealer is closed for a holiday or is suddenly on strike.

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  • Canadian Born

    All this he/she is, is a Legal Drug Dealer. I hear the western provinces, can have mom and pop stores sell weed and pay taxes on it, is it true? This he/she has put Ontario in such debt that is why she has her nose in it, to try and pay the debt off. This offends me but I can’t do a damn thing about it! So Ontarians get ready to bend over and get stuck up the butt, with the he/she at your back end. I don’t do drugs, but I am totally against her and I use the term loosely, for using the LCBO and their employees and not letting small businesses operate to employ more people!

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  • WalterBannon

    When are they going to open a small arms store? I need to stock up for the coming civil war when her green power scam finally shuts down the whole province

    • Observer

      North Korea promised her not to do an EMP attack on Ontario as long as she took down the system with “green power”.

  • Jaedo Drax

    Progress! to the late 19th century…

  • Jay Currie

    I wrote a book about pot selling but I have to admit I missed even the possibility that the public service unions would manage to pull this off. But I forgot, Liberal Ontario.

  • Clausewitz

    Keep em stoned, keep em stupid, keep em voting Liberal. The Justin Trudeau strategy.