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You currently have: Go to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your: Log out of your CBC account. (CBC News) Politicians and industry stakeholders are raising concerns about some specific points regarding regulation and costs after the P.E.I. government unveiled its marijuana legislation this week. The provincial government provided some preliminary information Thursday on what the legalization of marijuana will look like for Islanders. The legal age of use and purchase will be 19 and cannabis will be sold through the Liquor Control Commission at retail outlets separate from their current stores. Edwin Jewell is the president of Canada’s Island Garden, the only licensed facility to grow medical marijuana on the island. Questions linger after PEI unveils plans for marijuana legalization

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