Ontario premier admits she smoked pot
TORONTO - Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's puffed a little pot, just like her Liberal counterpart Justin Trudeau.
But she says the last time she smoked a joint was 35 years ago, before she was elected to provincial parliament.
Trudeau has said that marijuana should be regulated and legalized, but Wynne wouldn't say whether she agrees with him.
She says there needs to be a discussion about the possible pros and cons first.
Trudeau admitted last week that he took a pull on a joint at a dinner party three years ago, while he was an MP.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has said he has stayed away from the drug after seeing a U.S. Supreme Court nominee withdraw after it emerged he had smoked marijuana in college.
Justice Minister Peter MacKay says most Canadians expect their elected representatives to stick to the straight and narrow.