Cannabis in Canada: Recreational Markets by Province

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As the first G-7 nation to legalize recreational cannabis nationwide, Canada is setting a precedent for international policy and trade opportunities. This convenient report ensures you have the most accurate insights to the Canadian market.

The data presented in Cannabis in Canada: Recreational Markets by Province is derived from dozens of interviews with industry experts and official information from governing authorities across all 10 provinces.

This free report covers topics such as:

  • Provincial and federal regulations, including potential overlap and inconsistencies
  • Where to optimize modern retail opportunities like vertical integration, online sales, cannabis cafes, and more
  • The best cities to set up cultivation operations, based on factors like climate, electricity costs and wholesale regulations
  • Fundamental consumer data, including the projected number of consumers, restrictions on public use, laws around public accommodation for cannabis and regulations on household grows
  • Individual provincial support resources like loans, education opportunities, research organizations and more

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