These teens had 75 times more weed in their vehicle than the legal limit

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Legal cannabis needs to be property stored in vehicles. Although the rules vary by province — and Quebec and New Brunswick have no specific rules for vehicles — generally keeping legal weed out of the reach of the driver or any occupants is key. Most provinces have set 19 as the minimum age to buy weed, with Alberta’s age limit being the lowest at 18 and Quebec’s the highest at 21. A strong weed odour emanating from inside the car sparked a police search that revealed the cannabis. Strike by Loblaw-owned Dominion grocery store workers prompts 40 percent of Newfoundland's cannabis stores to close What factors do people in Newfoundland and Labrador consider when buying weed?

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Two 18-year-old residents of Newfoundland and Labrador face several charges after their car was pulled over last month and police found 2.3 kilograms (five pounds) of cannabis inside.

The discovery was made on Aug. 25 a little before 11 p.m. when officers with the Gander RCMP pulled over the car for speeding on the Trans-Canada Highway, notes a police statement issued Sept. 3. A strong weed odour emanating from inside the car sparked a police search that revealed the cannabis.

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