WATCH ABOVE: The Liberal government has a message for medical marijuana users in the province: smoke 'em if you got 'em. Just be sure to ask your boss or property owner first.
Alan Carter takes a hit of Ontario's new rules regarding medical marijuana - and specifically, e-cigarettes. Video will be shared from Toronto and National accounts.
TORONTO — Medical marijuana users in Ontario are now legally able to use vaporizers just about anywhere in the province.
The Liberal government quietly exempted them this week from a law that bans the use of e-cigarettes anywhere regular cigarettes are prohibited. It means medical marijuana users can vaporize in restaurants, at work or on playgrounds.
Associate Health Minister Dipika Damerla said under the exemption for medical marijuana users, employers or restaurant owners could still ban them from smoking on the premises.