Pallister considers expanded cannabis ban to include sprays and more

“I’ve never seen this before.”Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, sitting in his legislature office for a year-end interview, is looking at a 15-ml container of cannabis spray. It’s one of the ways through which recreational cannabis can be consumed since legalization in October.It is discreet, quick, smokeless and – perhaps surprisingly under Manitoba law – legal to consume in most public places.“My lunch could be really good,” Pallister jokes before handing it back to the reporter who brought it to him.READ MORE: Cannabis edibles would be capped at low doses under proposed federal rulesThe premier has said on more than one occasion he’s more of a beer man.Pallister’s Progressive Conservative government is not alone in having to adjust to the complex realities of legalized recreational cannabis. Across the country, governments have had to set down rules on where pot can be smoked, vaped, dripped, sprayed, eaten and sold.WATCH: Global News tests roadside device testing drivers for cannabis