The Alberta regulator in charge of the legal marijuana market says supply is improving, but not enough to start issuing new cannabis licences.
Cannabis was legalized across Canada on Oct. 17, 2018. On Nov. 21, Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis suspended new applications and said it wouldn’t issue any additional cannabis retail licences until further notice.
AGLC said the temporary suspension was required because it had only received 20 per cent of the product it ordered and expected from licensed producers.
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