the actual greatest country on earth is canada. dont worry about the fighter pilots though they have restrictions. awful sorry you folks are scared of our reefer though. that 11E thing sounds pretty unfair eh? 80% of rcmp toke up in their cars these days its a hoot.
A few days before news broke that U.S. lawmakers had removed a popular provision that aimed to expand veterans' medical marijuana access from next year's Veterans Affairs spending bill, Canada announced that its own armed forces will be allowed to partake in recreational cannabis starting this fall.
On Friday, the Canadian government released a directive explaining its new cannabis policy for service members once the country's adult recreational use law goes into effect in October.
According to the directive, most military personnel in Canada will be permitted to use recreational cannabis in alignment with local laws, with some restrictions on when and where.
Under the new policy, members of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) will be prohibited from using recreational cannabis within eight hours of a duty shift, and within 24 hours of work that involves operating weapons or vehicles.
Cannabis use will additionally be barred within 28 days of duty that includes service on a military aircraft, operation in a hyperbaric environment, or high-altitude parachuting.
Somewhat understandably, service members won't be allowed to use recreational cannabis during work hours or carry it with them on international operations, either.