On Dec. 16, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took part in a town hall meeting with Macleans reporters, an Ottawa studio audience and Twitter users all over the world. Unfortunately, an hour wasn't enough to cover everything. Significantly missing from the topics covered? Cannabis - despite the number of thoughtful tweets Canadians posted using the Macleans' hashtag, #MacTownHall
Rather than letting those questions disappear into the ether, we thought we'd package them up in a post addressed to PMJT himself. Help us get these pressing inquiries answered by tweeting this post to @JustinTrudeau:
Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,
Thank you for taking the time to answer questions from Canadians in the Macleans town hall today. We enjoyed hearing your thoughts on foreign policy, defence, your shoes, views on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, etc.
Unfortunately, you didn't get a chance to answer every question submitted - particularly, those on cannabis. We thought we'd help Canadians get the answers they were hoping for by gathering their tweets and sending them to you. If you'd be kind enough to reply with your answers to email@example.com, we promise to include them in an updated post.
will Canadians be allowed to grow their own marijuana if it is made legal?#mactownhall— rob dallas (@robdallas1) December 16, 2015
#MACTOWNHALL what is the reason for legal marijuana use?— Saad Koker (@KokerSaad) December 16, 2015
It seems absurd to me that alcohol is happily sold everywhere. I heard marijuana will be legal by this spring. Is that true? #MacTownHall— Morgan Dax (@The_Morgan_Dax) December 16, 2015