Kenora MP Bob Nault says he got some good input from community leaders, when it comes to fighting crime.
"We've had, as you know, a series of break-ins. We know that there are some gangs that are in the area. We don't talk out loud about them," he said, during a recent visit to Q104.
Nault was on tour last week with the federal minister responsible for organized crime prevention, Bill Blair. Together, they consulted on a range of issues including gun control, missing and murdered Indigenous women, child welfare and cannabis.
The MP said he thought the rollout of marijuana sales was going well.
"Once the municipalities and the province get to a place where they want to be, as it relates to how many locations will be able to sell cannabis, that'll make it easier for people to interact and get on with the whole process in a larger way," Nault said.
The sale of cannabis in Canada was made legal in mid-October.
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