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Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:13 PM

Nova Scotia, Canada will sell pot in liquor stores



Newsweek, 12/9/17: One province in Canada has decided to sell its marijuana in liquor stores.

Nova Scotia, a province on Canada’s eastern shore, announced on Thursday that the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, its sole alcohol distributor, would sell the drug in its stores and on its website once Canada legalizes weed in July of next year.

"The NSLC has the experience and expertise to distribute and sell restricted products like alcohol and now cannabis in a socially responsible way," Justice Minister Mark Furey said at a press conference. "We believe the NSLC is best positioned to sell cannabis, keeping it out of the hands of young people and making it legally available in a safe, regulated way."...snip

... But it also has its upsides –– liquor stores already have the brick-and-mortar locations, and have increased security and surveillance to make sure minors don’t buy alcohol, and to make sure no one steals it.

Nova Scotians will be allowed 30 grams (roughly 30 to 40 joints), and must be over the age of 19 to purchase marijuana. Canada will legalize the drug in July, but has left it up to its 10 provinces to decide where they will sell it, how much residents can have, and what the legal parameters around its dispensaries are...snip more: http://www.newsweek.com/canada-liquor-stores-sell-marijuana-743195

The "Drug War" is all but dead, but the Gov managed to steal your rights while they fought this illegal and unconstitutional war on plants. You aren't going to get the 4th amendment back anytime soon...

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Reply Nova Scotia, Canada will sell pot in liquor stores (Original post)
Aquila Dec 2017 OP
graham4anything4HC45 Dec 2017 #1
Aquila Dec 2017 #2
Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #26
Ruby Dec 2017 #6
MumblyPeg Dec 2017 #3
Aquila Dec 2017 #4
MumblyPeg Dec 2017 #5
Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #13
MumblyPeg Dec 2017 #14
Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #16
MumblyPeg Dec 2017 #17
Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #18
MumblyPeg Dec 2017 #19
Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #20
MumblyPeg Dec 2017 #21
Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #22
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Will Morningstar Dec 2017 #24
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SatansSon666 Dec 2017 #10
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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:21 PM

1. Meanwhile, those that did not vote for/support Hillary in the US voted for Jeff Sessions

who is in charge and is vowing to bring harsh charges against recreational pot use
and who will be in favor of mergers like CVS and Aetna, which could raise drug prices to levels
like that one who was convicted in court and raised the price of a drug so much (same person also stalked
Hillary outside her daughters apartment on 9/11/16.)

I guess Jill Stein and Sarandon hate pot use because they advocated against the Democratic party

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #1)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:32 PM

2. You aren't seriously trying to say Witch Hillary supported legal cannabis

are you?

And what about Bubba (you know, the guy that messed up his young interns dress) passing harsher drug laws?

I wouldn't vote for either of those criminals under any circumstances.

Come on, Graham4anything4HC45. Try visiting reality at least once in awhile.

Graham scribbles: "I guess Jill Stein and Sarandon hate pot use because they advocated against the Democratic party"

You guess nothing. The 2 party disease in the US has damaged many brains.

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Response to Aquila (Reply #2)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 07:39 PM

26. Trying to imagine "#WitchHillaryTheBorgQueen" hotboxed on B.C. Hydro.

 

Anyways, the Quebec National Dish recipe you asked for is posted downthread.

Your humble servant,

Will ("Senator Frank Allen") Morningstar*

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #1)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:52 PM

6. Did Hillary support legalization in your fantasy world?

Because in reality, she’s just as bad as Sessions.

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:37 PM

3. Whatever man... I just want a charter flight into the northern territory somewhere next spring for

me and a boat motor. Well, and maybe a bunch of beer and fishing poles.

I freekin love Canada's fishing.
Up north tho... where there are no abrasive frenchmen.. or anyone else for that matter.
Just me, fish, bugs, a john boat, and bears

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #3)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:45 PM

4. Thanks so much for sharing

the ...uh...stream of consciousness about fishing, boat motors, beer, frenchmen, bugs

Almost everything except on the topic of the post, that is. Why didn't you mention french fries covered in gravy? (whatever they call that glop)

Is it something in the water in the US or what?

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Response to Aquila (Reply #4)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 09:49 PM

5. is there ANYthing you stains won't argue about?

I didn't mention gravy and french fries because I like remote fishing... not gravy french fries. and the pot thing matters not to me.. an American. Canadian law ins't my problem. I think it's irrelevant. I don't smoke dope. And I don't care who does as long as they aren't stealing my shit to get money to buy it.
Now, on to an actual interesting topic.. FISHING IN CANADA!

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #5)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 02:44 PM

13. Best Yellow Perch, Pickerel and Bass on the planet, steps from my door.

 

Come see us. Happy to have you.

Essex County*

ON EDIT: If "North" is what you want: Fly into Detroit. Airport limo to Windsor Airport. Charter to "10,000 Islands" north of Parry Sound. Alternatively, my old boss Hon. Paul Hellyer has a lodge in that area. PM me, I'll hook you up. He's in the phone book, under the name of the lodge.

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Response to Will Morningstar (Reply #13)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 02:59 PM

14. its been many years since I was fishing up there.

I was a kid. and it was somewhere way north of Essex. It was somewhere in the Northern Territories. I can't remember where, there's not really a town to reference up there. That's what made it so cool.. it was so remote, it was dangerous. I was just looking at the map again and saw "Yellowknife". That sounds familiar but I don't think that's were we were, I think it was just in that general vicinity. I think the planes were going there for fueling and stuff, I probably heard the pilots talking about it. We landed on the water where we went... there are no roads or airports there as I'm sure you are aware.
We basically rented a log cabin from someone. It had beds, a wood stove, a crank generator for the radio phone, a well with a hand pump, and a flat bottom boat. That was it. You called on the radio if you had an emergency or when you were ready for a flight out.
I've been to a lot of places, but that was hands-down my favorite trip ever.
some people here thought I was being sarcastic, but we literally chartered 2 planes. One carried us and a few supplies, the other had the boat motor, beer, rifles and food.
Actually "we" didn't. My family was dirt poor then... my uncle financed the trip.
We didn't encounter any bears though, so the worst part of the trip were the rabid bugs... mainly mosquito. Without repellent, it would be a quite miserable place. But damn... the ultimate in outdoors experience. I think I could have stayed there forever.
And I was serious about the frenchmen too. I was in Quebec city once on a work trip. Must be Canada's version of Detroit or something. Man what a bunch of jerks... they treated us like dirt and spent the whole time basically asking when we were leaving. Never experienced anything even close to that in Canada outside of the place. In my experience, Canadians are usually about as friendly as folks in our South here in the states.

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #14)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 04:30 PM

16. Gotcha. By the numbers:

 

1) Sorry about our Quebecers. They're tribal. Resentment of Americans comes of experience with absentee employers like Iron Ore Company of Canada. Much has changed since those days. Montreal is more cosmopolitan than Q City. Q City is proudly unilingual French-speaking. They all read books like, "The White N**gers of North America" when they were kids. Think they can saw off Quebec and float it down the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

2) Wanna go fishing? I'll hook you up with Paul. He's a hoot. Haven't seen him in many years. Almost 93 now. Sharp as a tack. I think he still has the lodge. Where would he go? Last I saw him, he expressed an interest in flying saucers. I hooked him up with Art Bell. Now he's the guest of honour at flying saucer conventions, gets all these free trips to be keynote speaker, having the time of his life. He was a Toronto haberdasher when he first ran for Parliament, was Defence Minister, ran against Trudeau and Turner for leadership in '68. Had more lives than a cat since.

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Response to Will Morningstar (Reply #16)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 04:33 PM

17. 'they all read books like, 'The White N**gers of North America'

haha...
Ok that one set me off.
I can't stop laughing.. haha!

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #17)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 05:06 PM

18. Guess what I did to them in '95. Jacques Parizeau had votes to separate from Canada. We intervened.

 

The Toronto Star and Le Devoir exchanged newspaper op-ed sections 3 months before the Quebec Referendum on separation from Canada. Parizeau used his majority to quickly pass a "law" that "foreigners" (the Rest of Canada) were not allowed to "interfere" with the "right to self-determination" of the "Quebec Nation". $1.5 Million of Toronto Star newsprint was seized at the Quebec border by the Surete du Quebec and burned in the ditch.

With 2 1/2 months to go before the inevitable breakup of Canada and likely union with the United States, our voices were silenced. Mike Lalonde organized the March on Montreal. I pitched an idea to my two fashion-grad tennis partners, Halina and Anastasia: how about a fashion show? I contacted John Bellini in Montreal, the Exec of the Trans Canada Trail Foundation. He called Calgary oilman Bill Pratt (organizer of the Calgary Olympics. You'd know him as the contractor who put out the oil well fires in Kuwait). He signed off. I started Segno Productions Inc. to produce the show, and with the assistance of the Quebec Conservatives, advertised our little Toronto fashion show in Quebec weekly newspapers:

"Come Share Our Dream, of a Single Line, From Sea to Sea to Sea, Where Canadians From All Walks of Life May Hike, Bike, Ride or Ski. Canadian Fashion Designers Are United in Support of the Trans-Canada Trail."

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Response to Will Morningstar (Reply #13)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 05:47 PM

19. Well I'd like to take the boys... which means

I'm stuck taking the wife too probably. She's not the oudoorsy type by any stretch, but doesn't like staying behind.
That being said, I should probably shoot for something more to the north of Winnipeg near the big lakes, but not ON the big lakes. No need for us to really go to the unreachable remote extremes, they won't last a week anyway being detached from urban running water and cable internet. But I want to be away from people. don't like the big lakes being in a tiny boat.
One of these days I'll get it planned out and get it done. The charters are expensive, but I sure as hell don't want to drive that far so I'll spend the money on the charter.
They key is making sure you get experienced Canadian bush pilots. There aren't many American charters that know their way around those parts, and immigration turns into a problem if you just hop the border and keep flying. Canada immigration aren't very tolerant of that sort of debauchery... as I am sure you are already quite aware.

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #19)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 06:27 PM

20. I have a friend in Stonewall, Manitoba. She could definitely hook you up.

 

Haven't seen her in over 5 years, don't have her number, but everyone by her name there is related. How hard would it be?

When I say "she" I do so advisedly. Dad didn't have a son, so he taught her tool-and-die. Was Health-and-Safety Rep at Bristol Aerospace for nine years. Huntin' fishin' gal.

Can't resist telling an anecdote: When she moved to Toronto, she was running reno crews. Started a website to get construction business: "Chick Got Tools". Got a LOT of calls. Overwhelming response. Crashed the site. Not much construction business, though. Sad.

ON EDIT: Bring your own if have the scratch. Probably save a shit-ton of $. Cdn. Charter Operators see you guys coming. That's why I suggested Pat. Knows Manitoba like back of her hand, would probably jump at the cance to be +1.

Call Border Services in advance (www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca). Follow procedures for transport of weaps & ammo, make sure what you bring is Canada-legal. Inspection on entry is routine. We like American hunting-parties here. Major revenue and prime employer in northern communites.

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Response to Will Morningstar (Reply #20)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 06:42 PM

21. you know what, later this winter or early spring

I might take you up on that and see if you can find me any contacts in that general area who have cabins to rent, etc. With the wife and kids, some sort of fishing tourism outfit might be the best approach. No way they could go full-on survivalist level. It would be 2 weeks of constant whining and complaining.
It would be real easy to take a flight into Winnipeg and then just rent a pickup and drive the rest of the way... wouldn't be more than a couple hours depending.
That might work.
So depending on my work contract load I might PM you around Early Feb if I think I can pull it off this summer.

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #21)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 06:44 PM

22. Check the edit, boss. Xtra info. You'll have an excellent time. I guarantee it.

 

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Response to Will Morningstar (Reply #20)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 06:59 PM

23. I don't really want to go hunting,

Never tripped my trigger. I'm a bench shooter and have wasted a lot of varmints, but not into hunting. It's too much work. I have quite a few field rifles for anti-bear measures... all I need is a simple 5 round bolt gun. I think those are unrestricted but I'd have to check and do it all proper, don't want my stuff confiscated. I assume Manitoba's airport has immigration and customs? I'd hate to have to land twice.
I think the best approach is to avoid charters for this one, land on commercial in Manitoba if they have immigration and customs there, and drive a rental the rest of the way out. That way I could take more supplies and fun stuff. On small water charters, every pound counts so it gets sketchy. Thats why we had to hire 2 planes last time I went there. Those guys took a LOT of beer though.
I'm getting excited now. hehe
I'm going to start doing research this week I think.

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #23)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 07:07 PM

24. "We'll look after 'ya". eom

 

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Response to Aquila (Reply #4)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 07:29 PM

25. That "glop" is Poutine. Requires unrefrigerated "squeaky" cheese curds, gravy, and Freedom Fries.

 

The French-Canadian National Dish. Served with Grattons (head-cheese pork-rind pate), Ham-Bone Pea Soup, and Pogos (corn dogs on-a-stick). Three-Star Michelin Quebec Cuisine.

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Response to MumblyPeg (Reply #3)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 02:29 PM

10. My wife is from Quebec.

I met her when I was in university in Montreal.
I go moose hunting every couple of years up there. Not cheap for non resident but it's worth it when you get one. Plus I have a place to stay, her parents live like 20 minute drive from our hunting spot. I can use their bikes and truck and stuff as well, so it's actually cheap in the long run. You need 2 tags on per moose so I partner with her father and split it up. Just have to show proof of hunting the moose and they don't bug too much bringing the meat home. Last time I had 180 pounds of meat, lot of ice and a big box cooler. 18 hour drive so gotta make sure you don't lose your meat. The meat is where it's at. Awesome taste and tender texture.
Fishing is pretty good too. The French people are nice when I go there, but i have met some assholes for sure.

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sat Dec 9, 2017, 10:17 PM

7. Fantastic

I hope plenty of dope-smoking, maggot-infested, long-haired hippies move to Canada to get their drugs.

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Response to oflguy (Reply #7)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 12:51 PM

8. Along with

lots of booze drinking, flea infested, toothless and haven't-seen-a-bathtub-since-Jesus-was-a-baby, drunken bums.


right?


Irony, oh irony.

Booze and booze drinkers = OK

pot and pot smokers = Satan's evil stepchild


You think everyone who smokes pot is a maggot infested hippie? You're wrong.

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Response to Squeek (Reply #8)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 01:28 PM

9. Queen of Tu Quoque.

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Response to Squeek (Reply #8)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 02:43 PM

12. Hey, now, Squeek!

I like booze AND pot!

Good times........(I think).........

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 02:31 PM

11. Quebec hasn't said anything yet.

My wife is a quebecer.
Her cousin lives in New brunswick and they are going to have seperate stores to sell it.
They are are also considering having to lock it up in your home in new brunswick. I find that ridiculous.
I enjoy a toke once in a while, I see nothing wrong with it at all.

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 03:56 PM

15. It sounds so scary

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