Federal and provincial regulations make it nearly impossible for a business to provide cannabis to customers without a license from Health Canada. As a result, hopes for Canadian cannabis tourism have largely been dashed, leaving only a handful of B&Bs that give free joints to guests.
- Hoping to change that, a Windsor river cruise company planned to hold its first strictly BYOC “cannabis cruise” this month. That event was canceled as it violated the Smoke Free Ontario Act.
- A not-quite-licensed Brampton company claims it has technology to create odourless cannabis.
- Health Canada data shows there may be an oversupply of cannabis oil.