The legalization of cannabis in Canada has led to many Canadians recently trying pot for the first time. Moreover, the legal storefront experience has seemingly made boomers and seniors warm up to the idea of returning to marijuana. While the youth demographic still leads .
Back when Cannabis was legalized nearly a year ago, there were immediate concerns regarding the proper packaging of the product. The public was not impressed (and rightfully so) with cannabis packaging and was quick to explain why. Since then, various provinces have been looking .
October of 2019 is expected to usher in a ‘second wave’ of marijuana legalization in Canada. This wave is expected to result in the legalization of edibles, topicals, concentrates, and infused beverages. Beverage producers have been meticulously preparing their cannabis-infused concoctions over the past .
With the upcoming legalization of cannabis edibles in October, analysts expect Canada’s shortage of legal marijuana to worsen. Scarcity has been an issue ever since dispensaries first opened in 2018, with some Canadians still being unable to find high-quality legal product. Moreover, the diversion .