Now that cannabis has been legalized in Canada for non-medical use, less attention is given to the large community of patients who use cannabis as part of their medical treatment. The number of active users has increased in the days since legalization, and approximately 70% of respondents in a recent survey either “accept” or “fully
Thanks to the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada and many parts of the United States, the North American cannabis industry is booming. New licence holders are entering the market every week, and the demand for both recreational and medical cannabis continues to rise. As a result of recent legislation and increased interest in the
As Canadian cannabis laws expand in the coming months, cannabis licence holders and retailers will need to adapt their merchandise to meet the growing demand for a wider range of cannabis products. Specifically, the law legalizing the sale of cannabis edibles will come into effect on October 17th of this year, with edible products hitting
Since recreational cannabis was legalized on October 17th, 2018, industry professionals have been analyzing the initial numbers to determine the long-term viability of such a new and much-anticipated industry. With cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals set to hit the market by the end of 2019, it seems that there is ample room for growth and
The legalization of cannabis across Canada does not just mean a change to law enforcement policies. With the legalization of recreational cannabis, the Canadian economy is poised to see unprecedented growth in various sectors. Often times, both supporters and critics of new legislation have strong opinions about how it will affect the nation going forward,
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