The situation for cannabis enthusiasts in Ontario is getting more drastic by the day, as smoking laws seem to be turning on the users themselves. Landlords in Ontario are now pushing for a right to ban smoking cannabis on their property, despite existing tenant agreements and laws.
Legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada brought on many challenges, and one of those challenges for people of Ontario this summer will be the fight against their own landlords for the right to smoke in the homes they rent.
Landlords all across Ontario are now demanding their right to be able to immediately ban the use of cannabis in rental properties before it gets legalized this summer.
The main argument of the landlords is that they should be allowed to change tenants’ existing leases in order to stop them from consuming cannabis in the units they rent.
John Dickie, president of the Canadian Federation of Apartment Associations, said that in some cases, until an existing lease runs out, landlords would be unable to regulate marijuana use in their properties.
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