Legal Marijuana Sales in Canada’s Largest Province to be Delayed Six Months

Legal marijuana sales in Canada’s largest province, Ontario, will be delayed by six months, the province’s newly-elected government announced on Tuesday (Aug 14). The government will not be ready to allow for retail sales of legal cannabis in time for the October 17 deadline set by Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and will instead aim for a launch date of April 1, 2019.

The delay comes as the new government makes changes to the previous government’s regulations in order to…

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