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OTTAWA, Ontario — With the legalization of cannabis in Canada, people in New Brunswick, P.E.I. and Newfoundland may already know consumption is limited to inside the home.
For campers, this rule extends to campsites in national parks.
“Your campsite is considered your temporary residence so we apply that rule to your campsite the same we would apply that rule if you were outside of a national park in province. You can consume it in your residence,” said Ed Jager, director of visitor experience at Parks Canada.
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