Saskatchewan’s marijuana business continues to be an uphill struggle for its retailers nearly three weeks after legalization. Only five stores are currently open in the province. SLGA has issued permits to just nine of the 51 winners of the provincial lottery that decided who could open a recreational pot shop. See the original article at CBC

Canadians who use cannabis for medical reasons are being hit by shortages in a far worse way than recreational users. “It’s actually more than a supply issue. Really, it’s something of a health crisis now,” said James O’Hara of the advocacy group Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana, “Unfortunately, there are no regulations in place to […]

Washington state’s new recreational marijuana shops will open next week for the first time to legally sell marijuana to adults. But there’s a problem: They’re low on weed. “Supply is going to be tight as this market launches,” said Brian Smith, communications director for the state Liquor Control Board –the agency charged with regulating the […]