If Alberta is the wild west and Ontario a bureaucratic capital, things move relatively smoothly in the Maritimes when it comes to cannabis retail. All three provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island opted to establish publicly run cannabis retail stores when cannabis was legalized, although New Brunswick is currently seeking to sell off their public […]
If Alberta is the wild west of Canadian cannabis retail, Ontario can be considered an imperial capital, a hub of bureaucracy, red tape, and ever changing regulations. Ontario has had a mired experience dealing with legal aspects of cannabis, whether it be a back-and-forth on public cannabis consumption to a constantly evolving cannabis retail model. […]
It’s said that the west is wild and for now that remains the case, at least when it comes to a continually burgeoning cannabis retail market in Alberta – the uncontested dominant player of retail cannabis in Canada. With a population of 4.3 million, Alberta accounts for roughly 11.5 percent of the Canadian population, and […]
AM800: Dan MacDonald: Feb 11, 2020 9:30am: Ontario considers cannabis lounges and cafes as part of future open market – Good idea? Where should they go?Interview – Jon Liedke, Cannabis Specialist. Jon Liedtke joins Dan MacDonald to talk about Ontario government cannabis lounge consultations which could allow onsite cannabis edible sale & consumption.