Cannabis in Ontario Isn’t All Roses and Sunshine. Here are Some Major Causes For Concern

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op

NEWS Cannabis in Ontario isn't all roses and sunshine. Here are some major causes for concern The Ontario Cannabis Store continues to improve, but here are four factors that could use a boost By Sam Riches FILE: A warning label on ONE gram of cannabis is seen at Up's cannabis factory in Lincoln, Ontario. Lars Hagberg / AFP / Getty Images

On Monday, the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) published a wide-ranging report offering insight into the purchasing patterns of Ontario cannabis consumers.

The data covers all legal sales across the province from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020. A few licensed producers and product categories emerged as leaders and we’ve covered them here. But it wasn’t all roses and sunshine. The report highlighted several areas still of concern for the fledgling industry.

These are some of the losers from the important initial report.

Read the full article here.

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