Decriminalizing recreational drugs is a worldwide issue. In the U.S., the legalization of narcotics like marijuana has changed a century-old stance based on racist and classist discourse.
Though the U.S. is currently decriminalizing marijuana in all 50 states, other North American nations are strengthening other progressive drug regulations.
British Columbia's three-year trial with a new drug legislation allows those over 18 to possess small quantities of cocaine.
2.5 grams of narcotics will be legal. Tiny dosages of cocaine, fentanyl, MDMA, meth, and heroin are legal.
Even though having cocaine won't get you in trouble with the law, making and growing it is still against the law in Canada.
Distribution and trafficking of drugs will not be legal, and law enforcement will not make any exceptions for it.