‘They … told us that we weren’t allowed to have the word ‘cannabis’ printed anywhere in our store’.
On the day marijuana became legal in Canada, Jon Keefe, a co-owner of a cannabis accessories store in St. John’s, N.L., had a “strange visit” from the province’s new pot regulators.
There were several customers browsing through Dabber Hashery, which carries items like glassware cleaners and electronic vaporizers, when two inspectors from the Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation (NCL) walked in.
“They took a really brief look around and then told us that we weren’t allowed to have the word ‘cannabis’ printed anywhere inside our store or our staff clothing,” Keefe told Day 6.
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