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marijuana industry

The insurance industry will be monitoring any effects on their costs very closely in the coming year.
Letting municipalities ban cannabis stores may be pragmatic politically, but that lets black markets continue unabated.
The federal government has said edibles will become legal in Canada within the next year.
The plan will do nothing to address the inadmissibility of individuals to the U.S. who were convicted of marijuana possession prior to legalization.
A comprehensive look at how recreational marijuana could affect the country.
Canadians can expect to have access to the highest quality, purest form of cannabis on the market anywhere in the world.
Big growers — and their associated brands — will likely be your first or only choice "next summer" or whenever recreational cannabis becomes a real thing.
A well-oiled promotional machine hides that skyrocketing cannabis stocks seem more smoke than substance.
With so much left to provinces, the industry is uncertain about its future.
Bill Blair says the Liberal government won't rush legalization.
And that number's only predicted to increase.
He's not a fan.
Canopy Growth is now worth $1.3 billion.
There's money to be made tracking weed from plant to store.
Don't forget it's still illegal.
"There would not be any need to reinvent the wheel."