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Exercise your democratic rights! (Peter Power / The Canadian Press files)

Exercise your democratic rights! (Peter Power / The Canadian Press files)

Legalization is old news now, but our work here at The Leaf News is never finished. Canada's legal cannabis market is changing every day, and we want to help our readers keep on top of everything.

To that end, we have some important questions for you: What kind of cannabis news and analysis do you crave? What can we give you that other cannabis media doesn't? How can we keep you coming back for more?

We're so curious that we created a little survey, and we'd love for you to share your thoughts. We know you're busy, so we kept it short: you can complete this poll in less time than it takes to roll a joint, even if you're really good at rolling joints.

So click here, fill out the survey, and help us understand how to serve you best.

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