Recreational cannabis sales are one step closer to reaching Victoria’s storefronts as one prospective retailer says it has now earned provincial approval to operate.
CBC News has learned that an illegal marijuana dispensary has opened in downtown Windsor across from the LCBO on Church Street and University Avenue.
Opinion: A monopoly on e-commerce benefits the government, and the black market, at the expense of consumers.
Nova Scotia is considering expanding the number of retail cannabis stores, as online sales have been slower than expected.
Terry Booth says it will be at least five years until marijuana supply overtakes demand.
Cannabis rights activist Jodie Emery says before recreational weed was made legal in Canada last October there was “a code” at gardening stores for those looking for supplies who wanted to grow pot at home.
Cannabis — along with last year’s legalization of its recreational use in Canada — has dominated headlines in recent months.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Short answer: nearly everyone, with more converts everyday. Cannabis, now “legal” in many jurisdictions, is becoming an accepted therapeutic and recreational alternative. Senior citizens now represent the fastest growing demographic of cannabis user. For many of those who’ve lived thought times of prohibition, the present days can feel like a fairy tale.Read More
One industry insider expects shortage to continue until 2022, as more legal cannabis diverted to edibles.
Canada’s trailblazing move to legalize cannabis for recreational use, which sparked an entirely new industry and had wide-ranging implications for nearly every facet of society, has been voted The Canadian Press Business News Story of the Year.