news Industry looks to hash out new regulations on cannabis beverages By AIDAN CHAMANDY OCTOBER 28, 2020 A year after edibles hit the Canadian market, some outstanding issues remain. Parliament Hill is pictured during the 2017 4/20 gathering. Cannabis-infused edibles were legalized on Oct. 17, 2019, and are the second-most popular method of ingesting cannabis, with just under half of users reporting having taken edibles in the past year, according to the 2019 Canadian Cannabis Survey. The Hill Times file photograph

Industry looks to hash out new regulations on cannabis beverages By AIDAN CHAMANDY OCTOBER 28, 2020 A year after edibles hit the Canadian market, some outstanding issues remain. Parliament Hill is pictured during the 2017 4/20 gathering. Cannabis-infused edibles were legalized on Oct. 17, 2019, and are the second-most popular method of ingesting cannabis, with just under half of users reporting having taken edibles in the past year, according to the 2019 Canadian Cannabis Survey. The Hill Times file photograph

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