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Nationwide, the first day of legalized marijuana was a hit with many people in Canada, which became the first industrialized nation to legalize marijuana.

"We were going to sell them in the neighborhood and it's always been a little slow", he told CTV News.

When she got home from school, she grabbed some change from her piggybank.

"It was well received", said Seann Childs.

Childs said he expected it to go well, but he never thought she would sell out of all the cookies they had left in the three cases - about 30 boxes - in 45 minutes.

Her business plan was simple: sell as many cookies as she could to Edmontonians who would probably have the munchies after enjoying their first legal cannabis purchase.

Elina has cystic fibrosis, and Sean said that, as smoking would normally be harmful for her, he saw selling cookies as a way for her to "benefit from smoking".

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She started walking up and down the lineup.

Childs was raising money for Girl Guides, Canada's scouting movement for girls.

"Good on her and her family for thinking of it", Edmonton commissioner Heather Monahan told the Canadian Press. "It wasn't like she was in the store - that would be a whole different ball game".

"We were looking at it as an opportunity to educate her on what marijuana is and the fact that it's legal in Canada now", Childs said. "Girl Guides is one part of that". You will see she also has trouble keeping her eyes open during this amusing interview because it seems she got up early to do it.

'She didn't quite understand what the big deal was, ' the father said.

"We talked about ... what it was and what it means for people who want to use it and people who don't want to use it", he said.

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