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A green truck on a cross-country mission made a stop on Whyte Avenue in Edmonton this weekend. The “pot pardon truck” looks like a food truck, but it isn’t selling anything. Instead, it’s rolling across Canada with the goal of gathering support for the complete expungement of criminal records for those convicted of cannabis possession. Cannabis was legalized in October. Since then, the federal governmentΒ announced plans to pardon Canadians convicted of simple possession before legalization. The normal fee of $631 for a pardon will be waived under the proposed bill. Seeking signatures of support, ‘pot pardon truck’ rolls into Edmonton

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