Toronto Pays Highest Marijuana Prices as Costs Spike in Ontario, Fall in B.C.

Article by Michael Babad, Globe and Mail

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They say the grass is always greener on the other side. But it’s not always cheaper, particularly if you live in Ontario and Quebec.
The latest findings from Statistics Canada show some interesting price dynamics with legal marijuana just a week away.
According to the agency’s crowdsourcing data, average prices for dried cannabis in Ontario rose in the third quarter to $7.49 a gram, up 5.8 per cent from the previous three months.
At the same time, they fell notably in British Columbia, by 7.5 per cent to $7.04.
Prices dipped in most other regions, except for Quebec, which showed a marginal increase.
The latest numbers are based on almost 1,300 submissions, made anonymously, to the agency’s StatsCannabis website.

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