So, I went to Google and searched "Cannabis usage survey" and some of the headlines that popped up include:
"26% of Canadian parents say they use cannabis," "New Canadian survey suggests your boss may be stoned" and "Almost half of Canadian pot users say they use daily."
Interesting, just recently, Global News commissioned an exclusive survey by Ipsos that found just 21% of Canadians currently use cannabis and, among those who don't use, only 10% say they are "likely to start" when it becomes legal tomorrow.
I've read, I've watched, I've listened. I've concluded and I'm resting assured - life as we know it is not going to change much tomorrow when marijuana becomes legal. But, one in five Canadians will no longer have to sneak around and feel like criminals when they buy and use their weed.