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Pot grow-ops should be prohibited in rental properties, apartment association says

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 @ 2:56 PM | By Tom Venetis

The Canadian Federation of Apartment Associations (CFAA) is asking the federal government to amend its recently proposed marijuana bill to prohibit all marijuana growing in rented dwellings.

Under the proposed legislation, a person will be allowed to grow up to four plants per household at a maximum height of one metre from a legal seed or seedling.

John Dickie“There is no reason why people should be able to grow marijuana in buildings that they don’t own,” said John Dickie, president of the CFAA. “The distinction we...