For the next month, British Columbians are being invited to share their thoughts on cannabis consumption spaces with the provincial government.

According to an April 6 news release from the Ministry of Public Safety and the Solicitor General, B.C. has launched a public engagement “to inform decisions about whether to permit these spaces and how they could be regulated.”

Residents of the province have until May 9 to provide feedback and can do so in two ways: by completing an online survey, and/or by providing a written submission via email detailing their views on consumption spaces.

Before you get carried away with thoughts of smoke-filled lounges and hazy cafés, there’s a catch: if allowed, all consumption spaces would be required to align with…

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