Today’s the big (or not-so-big) day in Ontario as (10 of 25) private cannabis retail operations will open their doors. The era of (really limited) private cannabis retail in Ontario is upon us. BofC’s Jay Rosenthal joined CBC Toronto’s Metro Morning last week to talk about Ontario private retail.
The Business of Cannabis team started last week in Moncton, New Brunswick at Organigram. You can catch the two BofC Live shows from last week here:
Hunny Gawri – the proprietor of The Hunny Pot – is the owner of the only retail shop opening in Toronto today. His location is the old New Era hat shop on Queen West – directly across from the Friendly Stranger. He is now kind of famous – having appeared on nearly every news outlet leading up to his shop opening – and will certainly have a busy few days…
And back in Canada, there appears to be a CBD oil shortage…
EY came out with a report this week stating that 1 in 5 Canadians will be cannabis consumers by 2025. (Seems low…)
Resolve Digital Health MD received approval from Health Canada for their cannabis-related medical device for cannabis – a vaporizer known as Resolve MD.
Some more research/data news, this time from the New York Times: Edibles induced a disproportionate number of pot-related medical crises, an analysis of emergency room admissions in Colorado found.
In related news, Rosen’s Buns – of cinnamon bun fame – is working with edibles “company” Mom Jeans Provisions – to provide the famous cinnamon bun spread for edibles.
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