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Why Canada’s cannabis tourism industry isn’t ready for prime time

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| 12 days ago

It looks like once lofty expectations for Canada to emerge as a  pot tourism hub may be headed up in smoke. According to a CBC report, a push for Canadian tourism bureaus to advocate for legal pot tourism activities and events is “virtually non-existent”.
That’s likely due to the restrictive nature of the legal cannabis industry where current rules make it hard to market pot-related activities in fear of running afoul of federal regulators in the still-nascent cannabis space. There are less than 25 locations in Canada that offer lodging with complimentary cannabis, and only a handful of tourism-specific activities that are pro-pot, the article shows.


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