Windsor shouldn’t allow pot shops
Marijuana or cannabis used to be an illegal drug substance, and it still is federally in the United States of America and most countries in the world. The Trudeau Liberal government made it legal, so now it becomes a business in Canada. Although it is legal, that doesn’t make it safe for most Canadians, especially our children, in terms of health, safety and their future.
I urge our city councillors — especially parents, guardians and grandparents — to vote to opt out of retail marijuana stores in our city, for a clean and safe environment. Why talk about making money by selling marijuana to the public, when most countries in the world don’t? Why does Canada? We should protect minors and vulnerable adults.
Henry Lau, Windsor