Bruce Linton, CEO of Canopy Growth (aka Tweed) sells the first legal gram in St. John’s Newfoundland at 12:00 October 17, 2018.
Here is another in my series of articles on the recreational marijuana industry in Canada. There is no doubt a lot of money to be made selling legal pot but the federal and provincial governments are not making it easy. The biggest hole in the regulatory scheme is the postponement of regulations dealing with edibles. In the US edibles have constituted up to 50% of the legal market. Companies have to adapt.
Despite having written a book about the marijuana business, motherlodetv.net has not covered the burgeoning pot stock world. We may in the New Year. However, The Economist has an excellent, short, article about why American marijuana firms are looking to Canadian capital markets for their financing.