An Ontario man believes cannabis belongs in restaurants, and he’s trying to make that happen. It will be a difficult journey, but this is not the first big challenge he has faced.

Jeremy Smith has been through hell. He was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease and a swallowing disorder last year. In the months that followed, he suffered from blood clots in his heart, lungs and other parts of his body.

Smith had to leave his job at a hospital near his home in London, Ontario and is now on disability. But instead of breaking him, the adversity has made him stronger.

Smith is now a man on a mission. He aims to change laws to allow cannabis-infused foods to be prepared and sold in restaurants and other eateries.

Medical cannabis inspired Smith’s…

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