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This is a supplemental lesson for D.A.R.E. Canada in response to the Canadian National Marijuana Legalization Act being enacted in October 2018.

For more information, please contact Harry Lawrenson at harry.lawrenson@opp.ca or info@dare.ca.

Ceci est une leçon supplémentaire pour D.A.R.E. Le Canada en réponse à la Loi Canadienne sur la légalisation de la marijuana qui sera adoptée en Octobre 2018.

Pour plus d’informations, veuillez contacter Harry Lawrenson à l’adresse harry.lawrenson@opp.ca ou info@dare.ca.

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Photo: D.A.R.E. Officer and Vermilion County Sheriff’s Deputy Jay Miller in his office at the Public Safety Building.
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