Poutine, unofficially the official national food of Quebec, pairs extremely well with pot.

So well, in fact, that it would be fair to assume that the Francophone province would have embraced federal cannabis legalisation when it came into effect in 2018. But Quebec has never been fond of taking directives from the federal government.

True to form, no sooner had the federal Cannabis Act gone into effect—over Quebec legislators’ vehement objections—the province announced the most restrictive weed regulations in the country.

From pot leaves to products used for consumption, Quebec has had a province-wide ban on all cannabis paraphernalia since federal legislation. While you can still get items like pipes and bongs, there won’t be any jazzy Tommy…

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