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A Kingston mother says there is still a stigma about pot use and parenting

Riley Parratt (left) and Hollie Quinn (right) Riley Parratt/Global News

Despite cannabis now being legal for over a year — and edibles hitting provincial stores this coming week — a young Kingston mother says there is still a stigma about pot use and parenting.

That is why she co-created an online group for like-minded mothers.

“We wanted to create a safe space for moms who consume cannabis,” says Riley Parratt.

Parratt is a 25-year-old single mother with a two-year-old daughter.

Parratt and her friend Hollie Quinn, also a young mother, both consume cannabis.

Their message a simple one: there is no shame in smoking pot.

BY NEIL MCARTNEY GLOBAL NEWS
READ MORE HERE: globalnews.ca/news/6367018/kingston-mother-pot-parenting-stigma/

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