In 1972, 10 Canadian women were brought together to live under one roof and smoke pot every day, all part of a million-dollar program funded by the government. Monitored around the clock, the women's experiences were intended to help the government determine whether cannabis should be legalized.
But 41 years later, the results of the study still aren't public and the women have been left wondering what happened to them during those three months one winter. Toronto Star reporter Diana Ziomislic recently caught up with the women to document how the study impacted their lives. Ziomislic joined HuffPost Live Monday, along with participant Doreen Brown, who shared her experience and spoke to how she got involved in the study and how it affected her life in the years that followed.