AGCO rules — ‘I've never seen anything so silly in my entire legal career’
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This Valentine’s season, some recreational cannabis companies have been trying to draw a link between their products and the romantic holiday.
A Calgary-based cannabis retailer’s mission to advise greenhorn operators in Ontario reflects Alberta’s pre-eminence in the pot business, says a spokesman for the firm.
High Tide is working with a software provider to set up customer accounts for people at least 18 years of age after they have verified their birth date at a venue.
A second retail cannabis chain in Alberta has slashed prices on select products amid the national supply shortage, while other stores shy away from offering discounts as regulations remain murky nearly four months after legalization.
Certain types of weed are 'not moving' at normal prices, says CEO of Alberta chain
Temperatures in Grande Prairie got as low as -43 C.
Canada’s largest pot sellers are already setting up storefronts in Ontario, despite no guarantee those locations will actually be allowed to sell cannabis anytime soon.
2 cannabis companies say they plans to acquire pot shops in Saskatchewan.
Several independent store owners in Alberta have shrugged off larger companies’ offers despite lower-than-expected revenue due to the national supply shortage.