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WATCH: A poll conducted for Dalhousie University shows Canadians have become less willing to try cannabis-infused edibles. As legal cannabis edibles come closer to being a reality, Canadians are becoming less open to trying them, a poll shows. In 2017, before legalization, 46 per cent of respondents said they’d be willing to try edibles presented as food. But in the new poll, that had fallen to 36 per cent. Cannabis expert Jenna Valleriani says the new caution is due to a series of news stories about overdoses from unregulated grey-market edibles. “That pushback right now, that drop, really has to do with the fact that people are scared,” she says. In the wake of alarming stories, Canadians are less open to marijuana edibles: poll

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