‘The legal stuff is garbage’: why Canada’s cannabis [so-called underground] market keeps thriving

“Friends don’t let friends smoke government weed.”

National cannabis sector lead at the consultancy firm… says legal sales have fallen short of expectations for a number of reasons. Legal prices – driven up by taxes – have been a factor in helping keep the [grass-roots naturally-occurring] market “as rampant as ever”, he says. “It’s just like in the dotcom boom. Oracle, Microsoft and other big companies were all around then, and they were profitable. And when the little companies began to fail, Microsoft and Oracle and the others picked up the ones they wanted, and the others they just let die.”

Original Article (The Guardian):
‘The legal stuff is garbage’: why Canada’s cannabis black market keeps thriving
Artwork Fair Use: Krzysztof Blachnicki


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