Parks Canada says visitors should do their research on cannabis before going to a national park because the rules vary in each province and territory.

Officials said their approach to recreational cannabis when it becomes legal Wednesday will be consistent with how the parks and protected areas treat the possession and consumption of alcohol.

“All relevant provincial, territorial or municipal legislation and regulations will apply in all national parks, national historic sites, national marine conservation areas and historic waterways within a given province, territory or municipality,” said Marie-Helen Brisson, a national spokeswoman for Parks Canada.

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