Cannabis Canada: Black market down 21% since legalization

A baker’s dozen applicants for Ontario’s cannabis retail lottery have been struck from the winner’s list, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario said on Friday. A dozen licence applicants who participated in the latest lottery have been disqualified for not providing required documents by a deadline earlier this week, while one participant withdrew from the process. All of the disqualified and withdrawn applicants have been replaced by those who the AGCO placed on a waiting list, while the remaining 29 move on to the next level of scrutiny which includes background and police checks. If successful, pot shop hopefuls should be issued a licence to open their doors by the end of the year.


Cannabis Canada: Black market down 21% since legalization

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