Arnold Meyer spent 40 years working at the Tolko Industries Ltd. mill in Merritt, B.C., but then he faced the reality of being laid off.
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It’s hard to count how many rallies marijuana activist Dana Larsen has been to in his life.
One advocate points to Washington state, where less-regulated medical dispensaries are more popular than highly restricted recreational stores five years after legalization.
Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth is advising dispensary owners who hope to legally operate recreational marijuana shops in B.C. to shut their doors before Wednesday.
The B.C government says it has received around 100 permits to operate private cannabis stores in the province.
Krystian Wetulani’s transition to the cannabis industry began with his own journey of medical use.
Police have raided a Saanich-based business that CTV News has learned is a major player in the cannabis edibles industry.
B.C. has signed on to Ottawa’s tax for legalized marijuana, though the province has not yet decided whether to share the money with local communities.
Driving laws and fate of dispensaries are still big questions — not to mention the legalization date.
Policy framework for non-medicinal marijuana likely introduced Thursday, but no details yet on pricing, stores.