The wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of dozens of people who kicked off the Epic 420 Festival in Windsor.
Canadians have been able to legally buy recreational marijuana for six months, but some say the prices are still too high.
‘There’s a lot of money to be made here,’ says Inuvik town councillor.
The average cost of dried cannabis has gone up by more than 17 per cent since legalization, with consumers in New Brunswick and Manitoba seeing the biggest jumps, according to an analysis compiled by Statistics Canada.
Statistics Canada says legal buyers paid $9.70 for cannabis compared to $6.51 on the black market.
Cannabis shops have started selling marijuana seeds as the coming summer brings the first legal growing season for pot smokers looking for a home-grown high.
Judges cites ‘dearth of precedent’ in coming up with 10-month sentence.
Marijuana shops have been popping up across the country as legalization has set in, but next October there will be more options allowed on the shelves.
New York State is anxiously awaiting legalization of adult recreational marijuana and regulations for CBD in food and drink.
But Health Canada pushes back against notion of a national cannabis shortage.