RCU Partners with Cannabis Amnesty to Bring Awareness to Bill C-93Posted by On


93% of Canadians who participated in the survey don't know the eligibility requirements for a record suspension under Bill C-93.

93% of Canadians who participated in the survey don’t know the eligibility requirements for a record suspension under Bill C-93.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — RCU – Responsible Cannabis Use, the company that operates the cannabis education platform canniknow.com has partnered with Cannabis Amnesty in a Canada-wide survey to educate Canadians on Bill C-93.

“With the introduction of Bill C-93, the government has provided a way for individuals to apply for an expedited records suspension without having to pay the $631 application fee. While this is an important step towards fixing the harms and removing the stigma caused by our governments’ historical prohibition on cannabis, Bill C-93 does not meet our standard for fair and effective cannabis amnesty,” said Dr. Akwasi Owusu Bempah, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto and Director of Research at Cannabis Amnesty.

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