Cannabis Rules in London
In London, the use of cannabis is only allowed in certain public places and with certain restrictions. For instance, you cannot smoke or vape cannabis in any enclosed public space, such as a restaurant or bar. You also cannot smoke or vape cannabis within nine metres of any doorway, window or air intake of an enclosed public space.
Cannabis use is also not allowed on any property that is owned or leased by the City of London, including parks and recreation facilities.
The maximum amount of cannabis that you can possess in London is 30 grams. This applies to both dried and fresh cannabis, as well as oils and seeds.
If you are caught smoking or vaping cannabis in a prohibited area, you may be subject to a fine of up to $5,000.
Interesting Facts About London
Did you know that London, Canada is the largest city in Southwestern Ontario? And that it’s home to a number of interesting landmarks and attractions? Here are some fun facts about this vibrant Canadian city:
1. London was founded in 1826 by John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada.
2. The city takes its name from the English capital of London.
3. London is home to the University of Western Ontario, which was founded in 1878.
4. The city is also home to Fanshawe College, a leading public college in Ontario.
5. London is known as the “Forest City” because of its many parks and green spaces. In fact, over 30% of the city is covered in parkland!
6. Some of London’s most popular parks include Victoria Park, Springbank Park, and Gibbons Park.
7. The city is also home to a number of museums and historical sites, including the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, the London Children’s Museum, and the Eldon House Historic Site.
8. London is home to a vibrant arts and culture scene. The city is home to a number of art galleries, theatre companies, and music venues.
9. Every year, London hosts a number of festivals and events, including the Home County Folk Festival, the Sunfest World Music and Jazz Festival, and the Canada Day celebrations.
10. London is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. The city offers a variety of housing options, excellent schools, and a wide range of leisure and recreational activities.