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His mother, Brenda Tobin, is a part owner and said that after she
tells customers there nothing to buy, lot of them are saying, well. 17,
and Canada became the world's largest national marketplace for so called
recreational marijuana. It's not because Canada can't produce enough
cannabis products licensing those producers has been slow, and the
federal government is taking steps to speed up the process.
Quebec closed its government run shops for three days this week
because of a lack of pot and will continue to keep them shut Mondays
through Wednesdays until availability is stabilized. Manitoba Liquor
Lotteries said it expects product shortages in both brick and mortar and
online stores could last six months.
Ontario, Canada's most populous province, won't have any stores open
until April at the earliest as the new conservative government writes
regulations. At least 150,000 orders arrived in the first week, more
than all other provinces combined, and the store can't keep up.The
provinces are handling the sales and most of the regulations. Reports
from around the country are similarly discouraging when it comes to
Contributing to the delivery problem is a strike by workers at Canada
Post, the nation's postal service that handles online marijuana orders
that are legal countrywide.ritish Columbia, the third largest province
by population and a place that historically supplied of much of the
country's illegal weed, still has just one retail store.
"If (the government) were serious about access, serious about
smothering the black market, then more resources would have been
allocated to the OCS," Stackhouse said, referring to the Ontario
Cannabis Store website."It definitely has better buzz," he said.Private
and government retailers are dependent on licensed producers to send
them products. But so far, of 132 marijuana producers approved by Health
Canada, only 78 have sales licenses.