A youth hockey player in Canada entered a raffle and unexpectedly won $200 worth of cannabis products, infuriating his grandfather. Keith Redl says his grandson plays with other 8-year-olds and 7-year-olds in a local hockey league and that the teams traditionally organize a fundraiser each year. The teams put together a gift basket or a prize package that’s worth $50, and have always been geared towards the kids or are family-friendly. after buying $10 worth of various raffle tickets, the young boy thought the basket he eventually won was filled with chocolate. Instead, it was $200 worth of cannabis products. What the 8-year-old had seen were chocolate edibles. also featured in the basket was a pipe and a lighter. Redl had to explain to his grandson that he couldn’t eat any of the contents of the bag because it was actually filled with drugs. his grandson was furious he wasn’t allowed to eat any of it. The Dawson Creek Minor Hockey Association explained that the prize was clearly marked for adults only and that Redl’s grandson must’ve snuck his ticket into the pool. there were no explicit rules barring cannabis as a prize option either. calling the situation "ludicrous," Redl said “There is no place for drugs at a child’s hockey tournament"