First licensed in March of this year, Coulson Cannabis is expecting their first product, a Lemon Zkittlez rosin in half gram skus, to reach shelves in British Columbia and Ontario in September, followed by several other products in the coming months.
Things haven’t been this good in the illicit cannabis industry in British Columbia in many years, say several industry insiders who feel the province could do more to help the legal industry compete.
Across Canada, cannabis is being sold legally in retail outlets and online. However, there’s one model that, to date, has had limited uptake: farmgate, wherein a licensed provider can sell directly to the consumer at the point of production.
One BC MLA says they want answers about what they say is uneven enforcement of provincial law when it comes to cannabis retailers on First Nations’ land in BC, while the BC government said the issue is complicated.
Tokyo Smoke confirms that they and their parent company, Canopy Growth, took steps recently to ensure that any vape pen products they are carrying in their stores do not contain any added phtyol, pending results of a new study on the effects of the terpene.