Canadian Domination in Cannabis

Ethan Andersen |

Canada began the process of legalizing adult-use cannabis as soon as Justin Trudeau took office in 2015, and with rec sales set to begin this year and millions of dollars flowing through Canadian stock exchanges, the country’s industry seems poised to dominate.




Canada Dominates: In these times of prohibition, our kindly neighbors to the north are looking more and more savvy. While the federal government in the United States continues to insist that marijuana has absolutely no medical benefit, making commerce exceedingly difficult for anyone working with state-legal weed, Canada began the process of making pot available to all adults as soon as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took office in 2015. Now, with millions of marijuana dollars flowing through Canadian stock exchanges and recreational sales set to begin in 2018, the Canadian cannabis industry seems poised to dominate the globe. For more information, visit http://www.theblincgroup.com/

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