Trudeau win yields actual marijuana prize for treasure hunt

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There may be more adult treats than tricks on Halloween afternoon now that the Liberals are in power.

Chris — who doesn’t publicly reveal his surname — of Juju Joints, is organizing the third annual Haunted Halloween Marijuana Treasure Hunt on Oct. 31 in High Park in order to spread awareness of easier access to medical marijuana.

While participants won’t find any joints in the park, the hunt will yield $50,000 in certificates for marijuana cigarettes that can be redeemed at Chris’ downtown dispensary for anyone 19 and older.

Chris said since Justin Trudeau was elected the next prime minister, he’ll give away marijuana to any adult, even those without a medical marijuana licence.

If Stephen Harper had won Monday’s election, the contest would only be open to licensed patients.

“Under the Conservatives, they’ve never really been supportive of medical marijuana or people’s needs to be able to choose...

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