Living Legacy: Is it Time to Get With it and Get Rid of the Term “Black Market”?

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CULTURE Living legacy: Is it time to get with it and get rid of the term “black market”? Language fails to acknowledge pioneering work, could erect barriers to greater inclusiveness moving forward By Alana Armstrong “I don’t like the term ‘black market’ simply because I’m tired of ‘black’ being associated with everything negative.” iStock / Getty Images Plus The Canadian cannabis industry has recently been quite busy with several business conferences. But one thing has noticeably changed from event offerings last year: the term “black market” is getting the none-too-subtle heave-ho. iStock / Getty Images Plus

The Canadian cannabis industry has recently been quite busy with several business conferences. But one thing has noticeably changed from event offerings last year: the term “black market” is getting the none-too-subtle heave-ho.

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