Innisfilling Up ON Retail

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Another week and another disappointing lottery for the next wave of cannabis retail in Ontario. The next 42 retail outlets were pulled from a hat last week by the Ford Nation government. Here’s the list of the next group. Here is the reaction, summed up by Jeremy Potvin of WDBX

Also, the tiny town of Innisfil is getting 3 new retail outlets… on the same block? Narcity takes a look

But, it looks like Ontario is about to change course (?) as it relates to future retail allocation and moving to a plan that allows the market to dictate how many retailers there will be in the Province

With all the news about Ontario’s retail cannabis fumbling, it’s easy to lose track of the overall cannabis boom in Canada. Statistics Canada says cannabis jobs quadrupled in the last year.

And perhaps it is jobs and tact revenue that has US Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang feeling canna-positive these days, for your weekly Laugh. Cannabis presidential campaign swag

What would your week be without some CannTrust news. This week we learned that the Ontario Cannabis Store is returning nearly $3 million in CannTrust product

In other (better) LP news…

Aphria has a delivery partner to get you medical cannabis delivery – and it’s all trackable…

Zenabis is plowing ahead with their gummy plans, despite the murky regulatory landscape… 

(Sure note on gummies, a Victoria company is making a gummy DIY kit…)

And finally, TerrAscend had a record quarter, and reported heir Q2 financial this week.

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