Why The Black Market Will Continue In Canada “The government weed has been full of bugs, mouldy or too dry in some cases, and often takes too long to get there”

Why The Black Market Will Continue In Canada “The government weed has been full of bugs, mouldy or too dry in some cases, and often takes too long to get there”

That about says it all about the regulated Cannabis at the moment. If these mega companies, some with billions of $’s of investment can’t grow, store and distribute adult use cannabis properly why should they even be in the game? It is even more galling to think that at the moment because everybody has to be stuck inside, because of coronavirus, consumers will buy any product, however average, thus allowing these companies to sell inventory that would have otherwise languished because of poor quality and awful management of logistics. The companies, we all know who they are, will  undoubtly crow to investors, regulators and consumers what great companies they are and how they deserve oligopolies in the post coronavirus world. We are ashamed as a publication called Cannabis Law Report to have to say that the black market knows how to operate with far more awareness of the product that their client wants in terms of quality, price and delivery than the so called regulated market. This piece from the Guardian has come at exactly the right time and hopefully disabuses the notion that the way things are currently set up is the best for the market. But then again the pandemic has made it glaringly obvious that this is the case in many sectors of our so called global economy. The Guardian reports Cannabis may be legal in Vancouver but visitors looking to score are likely to run into a seemingly counterintuitive suggestion: try the black market. Recreational marijuana was legalised…

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