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How to Order Weed Online in Canada?

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The Canadian government spearheaded by their Prime Minister Justin Trudeau legalized the recreational use of marijuana in October 2018. The Legalization Act was passed to the government can control the production and sales of the plant. This was done so they could control marijuana-related crimes and make sure that underage citizens do not have access to the plant.

The legalization of the plant, in turn, led to a change in the economy and this branch of industry has seen a big rise in value. The professionals are estimating that the total worth of the industry will come up to a couple of billion and there is a lot of talk about foreign investment into weed production. This will be an exciting time for all marijuana lovers and we can expect many advancements.

One of the best benefits of this change is the fact that you can order weed online and get it to your doorstep. Why is this so great? Well, you can choose between many different producers and all of their wonderful products, you are not limited by just one company or store.

Things You Should Know

The plant will be sold online but only to individuals that are older than 19 years and every website ask that you register with them. Some people consider this a breach in their privacy but they do not have to worry because this is just a regular procedure.

The company needs to know how old you really are, they need to know the address where they will mail the weed and they need to know how you will pay for the products you ordered. That is all the information they will take from you and as you can see it is not different from any other website that sells something online. The information you give to the website is protected by the company and it will not build a big register of users and their practices over time, although such information will be gathered.

Legalization means that the government and law enforcement do not consider possession and consumption of marijuana as something that is illegal and it is left to every individual to choose if they want to consume it or not. Therefore, the government has no need for information on how much every individual consumes that can be calculated by analyzing the statistics of sales also.

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Conclusion

Ordering weed online in Canada is easy as going to any other online shop and getting what you want for the day. The products will be taxed additionally but not as much as alcohol and the production of the plant will be privatized completely. The only thing you have to do is to go online and browse the web for dispensaries and weed farms that have the product you like, register with them, order your stock, pay and sit at home and wait until it comes to your doorstep. Afterward, you can enjoy your favorite smooch as much as you want to.      

Severe punishments for those that hurt children

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Severe punishments for those that hurt children

Punishing criminals according to their crimes is the purpose of the law. The fact that same punishment was given to people that hurt children and those who harm adults were always a sore spot for many people. Those that hurt children must receive harsher penalties because their victims are young and defenseless.

Increased awareness toward crimes against children

People are jumping up and taking notice of those who commit crimes against children. Not to say people didn’t notice before, but they are taking a tougher stance against these people, mainly because the issue has become so widely publicized.

A lot of awareness came to light in the wake of the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping and as other such cases started making national headlines. The media was even criticized many times for not covering several missing person stories. Suddenly the nation went from little news on the topic to an overwhelming demand for coverage.

Incidentally, this has led to tougher laws against people who hurt innocent children. In the Davis County town of Clinton, a city ordinance could ban convicted sex offenders from stepping foot on city property in an attempt prevent previous offenders from entering city parks as a precaution to protect children.

There is no going too far when it comes to protection of children

On a state level, in Florida, convicted sex offenders are now required to wear satellite-tracking devices for the rest of their lives. If they get too close to a school or any other restricted area, patrol officers of a local police department will instantly be notified by cellular phone or pager. Other states are beginning to follow suit.

Are we going too far? First we post their picture on the Internet, now we’re tracking their every move with satellites?

I don’t think it’s going too far at all.

Many people may argue that convicted sex offenders have already served their time in jail and that any further persecution should be considered double jeopardy. I argue on the side of technology and the rights of the public, most importantly I defend our children.

The cases of two registered sex offenders, arguing they were still being punished for their crimes by being tracked in an Internet registry, went before the U.S. Supreme Court two years ago. In both cases the court sided with the public and their rights to safety. After all, while it is the law in most states that offenders must register, many do not. There are over half-million convicted sex offenders in the United States and 15 percent of them, roughly the population of Washington County, have failed to register.

Tougher punishments are the best option

children punishmentsBecause every state has different laws on the issue, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is working on tougher federal standards against sex offenders that include a national tracking system. Changes to the law would make failing to register a federal felony. Currently, registration is required for 10 years following prison release for first-time offenders. Proposed changes would require 20 years of registration and lifetime registration for second offenders. Hatch’s proposed changes would also require tracking devices for first-time offenders during the course of their supervised release and lifetime tracking for second-time offenders and violent predators.

Despite attempts by our corrections institutions, there is often no cure for those who harm our children. Through the advent of technology, we can give people the opportunity to change, but still keep a more watchful eye.

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