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Whoever Takes Over Cannabis NB Will Need to Reduce Prices: Consumers, Experts

NEWS Whoever takes over Cannabis NB will need to reduce prices: Consumers, experts "I don’t understand why governments across Canada are veering away from competitive markets,” says Dr. Anindya Sen, economics professor at the University of Waterloo By Sarah Ratchford New Brunswick cannabis stores CP-Web. When cannabis becomes legally available to buy on Oct. 17, 2018, residents can make their purchases at 20 Cannabis NB retail stores across the New Brunswick. An employee leaves the location in Rothesay, N.B. on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan ORG XMIT: XAV103 Eight companies have expressed an interest in taking over the struggling Cannabis NB corporation. Andrew Vaughan Cannabis NB opened 20 stores across the province when recreational pot was legalized by the federal government. Photo: Twitter

Article by Sarah Ratchford, Growth Op On a Saturday afternoon midway through January, it’s about -20 C, and one of Saint John, N.B.’s unlicensed cannabis shops has a huge lineup that almost spills out of the door. Down the road, the licensed Cannabis N.B. store has a near-empty parking lot. After a $16.2 million loss in its first 50 weeks, something needs ...

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High Tide Acquires Ontario Canna Cabana Retail Location

Briefing Cannabis High Tide Acquires Ontario Canna Cabana Retail Location January 27, 2020 Jay High Tide

Article by Jay, Deep Dive High Tide Inc (CSE: HITI) this morning became one of the first public firms to fully own an Ontario retail operator. The firm announced this morning that it has completed the acquisition of a Canna Cabana location within the province as it works its way through acquiring all three currently operating locations within Ontario. The retail ...

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‘To be Expected’: Patience Urged Over Limited Supply of Cannabis Edibles

'To be expected': Patience urged over limited supply of cannabis edibles BILL KAUFMANN Adam Chammorry displays some of the edibles available at Queen of Bud in Calgary on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. DARREN MAKOWICHUK/POSTMEDIA Canopy Growth unveiled the company’s edible offerings including these vape products at Hotel Arts in Calgary on Monday, December 9, 2019. DARREN MAKOWICHUK / POSTMEDIA

Article by Bill Kaufmann. Calgary Herald Cannabis retailers say the appetite for pot-infused edibles is outstripping the supply — and the provincial distributor can’t say when that will change. It’s a replay of what occurred a year ago when logistical and regulatory hurdles created a shortage of cannabis in stores, a bottleneck that led to a six-month halt on new ...

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Kensington’s HotBox Cafe Purchased By Another Local Cannabis Institution

GROW Kensington's HotBox Cafe purchased by another local cannabis institution Peter Smith Kensington Market’s longstanding mecca to the cannabis community HotBox Cafe has been purchased by another Toronto marijuana monument, Friendly Stranger.

Article by Peter Smith, Daily Hive Kensington Market’s longstanding mecca to the cannabis community HotBox Cafe has been purchased by another Toronto marijuana monument, Friendly Stranger. In a press release on Friday, Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp, now the parent company of the Queen Street West cannabis accessory store, announced its acquisition of HotBox Cafe, located at 204 Augusta Avenue. The location in ...

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Cannabis Activist and Vocal Critic of Government’s Legalization Rollout Takes Job With Ontario Cannabis Store

Marijuana activist and vocal critic of government's legalization rollout takes job with OCS Owner Abi Roach poses for a photograph outside the Hotbox Cafe in Toronto's Kensington Market on Oct. 10, 2019. Tijana Martin

Article by City News Abi Roach, the long-time owner of Kensington Market’s HotBox Cafe and one of the most vocal critics of the province’s initial lottery system for legal marijuana licences, has sold her popular business and taken a job with the government-run Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS). Roach announced on Twitter that she’s accepted a position as senior category manager ...

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Windsor: Four Arrested After Illegal Cannabis Dispensary Raided Again

Windsor police cruiser and tape, August 30, 2019. Photo by Mark Brown/Blackburn News. Four arrested after illegal pot dispensary raided again BY MARK BROWNJANUARY 23, 2020 4:47PM@markbrownradio Four people have been arrested after allegedly operating a pot dispensary that was raided last week.

Article by Mark Brown, Black Burn News Four people have been arrested after allegedly operating a pot dispensary that was raided last week. Windsor police said officers patrolling on Wednesday noticed activity at a business on Erie Street East near Ouellette Avenue. It turned out to be an unlicensed cannabis operation that was previously closed down. According to Sergeant Steve Betteridge, ...

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Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp Acquires HOTBOX™️, Expanding the Company’s Reach Across the Ontario Market

Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp Acquires HOTBOX™️, expanding the company's reach across the Ontario market Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp. (CNW Group/Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp.) NEWS PROVIDED BY Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp. Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp--Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp. (CNW Group/Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp.)

Article by Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp via Cision Newswire Friendly Stranger Holdings Corp (“FSHC” or the “Company”) has acquired HOTBOX™️, a cannabis accessory store located at 204 Augusta Ave, which has served over two million customers over the past two decades. The acquisition comes as part of FSHC’s continued plans to expand within the Licensed Cannabis Market. FSHC continues to add to its ...

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Prices For Recreational Cannabis in B.C. Down From a Year Ago

Prices for recreational cannabis dropped by seven per cent in December 2019 compared to December 2018, largely due to holiday sale pricing, according to Statistics Canada. (Black Press Media File) Prices for recreational cannabis dropped by seven per cent in December 2019 compared to December 2018, largely due to holiday sale pricing, according to Statistics Canada. (Black Press Media File) Prices for recreational marijuana in B.C. down from a year ago New inflation figures show gasoline, housing and certain kinds of food cost more WOLF DEPNER

Article by Wolf Depner, Surrey Now-Leader British Columbians spent more on gasoline, housing and certain kinds of food, but less on recreational marijuana in December 2019, according to new inflation numbers from Statistics Canada. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 2.2 per cent in December 2019 compared to December 2018. Excluding gasoline, the CPI rose two per cent, the smallest ...

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