Under new regulations, medical marijuana users can now smoke a joint where smoking is otherwise banned. But nightclub owners  have the right to overrule it.

Under new Ontario regulations, that’s what people puffing on medical marijuana — in a joint or an e-cigarette — can now say in any public place where smoking is otherwise banned.

The exemption includes everything from nightclubs, bars, patios, movie theatres to restaurants, offices, stadiums, playgrounds full of children and more – even the legislature, Dipika Damerla, Ontario’s associate health minister, acknowledged Wednesday.

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