Canada’s massive marijuana shortage could last for many years, according to industry executives who warn there is not enough pot for the growing demand.
With most of the ten provinces struggling to receive even a fraction of pot that suppliers have promised, a shortage has left the industry in shock, and caused concerns that Canadian cannabis producers were not well structured to handle the large demand from the Canadian marketplace.
Government officials have recently stepped in, Quebec’s government-controlled stores are now closed three days a week, Alberta has temporarily halted issuing new retail licenses and Ontario has said it will open only 25 stores.
As of mid-December, about 50% of products for sale
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