Adult-use cannabis sales fell sharply in September in every Eastern Canadian market except Quebec, a reflection of the industry's inability to open new stores to meet consumer demand in those provinces. Overall sales of recreational marijuana in Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick declined 5.5% to 71 million Canadian dollars ($53 million) in September from the previous month. The fall would have been steeper had Quebec not recorded a 5% increase t...
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Recreational cannabis sales in Eastern Canada punished by lack of retail expansion
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