news British Columbia Lack of legal cannabis in B.C.’s ‘access deserts’ is helping illicit market thrive, retailers say Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn 12 municipalities, including Surrey, Burnaby, Richmond and Delta, still don’t have a storefront for legal weed Joel Ballard · CBC News Cannabis industry insiders say the unavailability of legal cannabis drives consumers to the black market. (CBC News/Shawn Foss) The map shows the 12 municipalities along B.C.’s South Coast that do not currently have retail cannabis. (CBC News)

British Columbia Lack of legal cannabis in B.C.'s 'access deserts' is helping illicit market thrive, retailers say Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn 12 municipalities, including Surrey, Burnaby, Richmond and Delta, still don't have a storefront for legal weed Joel Ballard · CBC News Cannabis industry insiders say the unavailability of legal cannabis drives consumers to the black market. (CBC News/Shawn Foss) The map shows the 12 municipalities along B.C.'s South Coast that do not currently have retail cannabis. (CBC News)

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