The Alberta regulator in charge of the legal marijuana market says supply is improving, but not enough to start issuing new cannabis licences.
The supply shortages that have plagued many provinces in the first month of legal cannabis will likely persist for years, industry insiders say.
The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation has set its initial prices for cannabis — but says it will have less than 40 per cent of requested quantities on hand when the drug is legalized for recreational use on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands of Colombians died in the U.S.-backed war on drugs.
Running a marijuana business is more than a pipe dream, says Justin Breidenbach: It’s about taxes, banking, liability, supply and demand.
Washington's legal marijuana market opened last summer to a dearth of weed. Some stores periodically closed because they didn't have pot to sell. Prices were through the roof.
Critics say government hasn't issued enough licenses to meet demand when regulations change in April