While federal Canadian law says Canadians are entitled to grow up to four cannabis plants per household, two provinces, Quebec and Manitoba, have denied this right to their citizens. 

Instead, both provinces argue they have the right to regulate not only how their residents grow cannabis, but also to to ban it entirely, invoking the need to keep it away from minors. 

So far both provincial laws stand, although two groups are actively challenging them. One, in Quebec, successfully challenged the law in 2019 and another in Manitoba is seeking to do the same later this year or early next. 

The 2019 court ‘win’ is still stuck in the appeal process

In Quebec, a team representing a Quebecer named Janick Murray Hall successfully challenged his…

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