Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley says there will also be a qualified cannabis workers list, which will be maintained by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission.
Naturally, there will be no consequences because they can't be booted out of office until they're 75 years old.
The Vancouver police investigated 49 incidents relating to the trafficking, importation, and production of marijuana last year.
Mayor Linda Hepner has encouraged other municipalities across the province to make use of it in preparing how they will deal with this issue when Bill C-45 (Cannabis Act) becomes law.
Their approach stands in stark contrast to that of the NDP government, which wants the Liquor Distribution Branch to oversee the wholesale side of the business.
There's still a great deal left hanging in the balance from yesterday's announcement by the B.C. government.
However, he questions why cannabis farmers won't be allowed to offer samples in the same way that vineyards and craft breweries do.
British Columbia has revealed its first batch of detailed rules for the legalization of recreational cannabis.
The Vancouver-based cannabis company is in a position to take up to a 40 percent stake.
There will be government-run and privately operated cannabis outlets in B.C. when marijuana is legalized.