Several Ontario cannabis growers have moved one step closer to being able to have a “farmgate” cannabis retail licence. A representative for the AGCO confirms
In this piece we conduct an overview of the cannabis retail scene in Ontario to get a sense of what it’s like to open up shop, what’s moving, how cannabis 2.0 impacted business, whether market saturation is of concern, and how COVID-19 affected operations.
As pot store approvals in Alberta continue to climb, several cannabis retailers in the province appear to have closed their doors, at least temporarily. However, several retailers and industry participants say they don’t believe Alberta is anywhere near reaching a saturation point for retailers.
While legalization has created many new opportunities for people who were not previously involved with the cannabis industry, British Columbia is unique in how many cannabis dispensaries and retailers have successfully made the transition from the illegal to the legal market.