A B.C. grandfather is questioning when it’s appropriate to offer cannabis prizes in raffles after his eight-year-old grandson bid on and won a stash of $200 worth of pot products at a local youth hockey tournament.
Keith Redl said his grandson plays Novice hockey with other children ages seven and eight at Dawson Creek Minor Hockey.
But at a tournament over the weekend, a long-time tradition of fundraising took a turn, he said.
“Each team is usually responsible for putting a gift basket or prize package together with a minimum value of $50,” he said in a phone interview. “And then what they do is they have a big setup and they have a paper bag taped in front of each one of these prizes.”
by Alexandra Mae Jones
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