This Interim Solution to the Health Canada-Rejected Trailer Park Buds Packaging is Actually Quite On-Brand

Article by Emma Spears, Regina Leader-Post

NewsLegislationCultureCelebsBusiness This interim solution to the Health Canada-rejected Trailer Park Buds packaging is actually quite on-brand Author of the article:Emma Spears Photo: @WesBreault/Twitter Article Sidebar Share TRENDING Bond Traders Aim to Separate Distress from Doom Moose Jaw police seeking Grey Cup ring owner Oil Sands' Slow Return Keeps Canadian Pipelines Partly Empty Regina loses bid to host tentative CFL season; Winnipeg named hub city Model building program for veterans, former RCMP aims to help mental health Article content The company behind the embattled Trailer Park Buds brand, which was rejected by Health Canada for being non-compliant with the Cannabis Act, decided against repackaging the discount nugs originally planned to be promoted by east coast celebs the Trailer Park Boys. Instead, in what many would call a very on-brand move, they simply redacted the “Trailer Park” part on the outside of the package — possibly with a black Sharpie — so it simply reads “Buds.”

The company behind the embattled Trailer Park Buds brand, which was rejected by Health Canada for being non-compliant with the Cannabis Act, decided against repackaging the discount nugs originally planned to be promoted by east coast celebs the Trailer Park Boys. Instead, in what many would call a very on-brand move, they simply redacted the “Trailer Park” part on the outside of the package — possibly with a black Sharpie — so it simply reads “Buds.”

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