Following a dip in January ($54M) and February ($49M) during the supply shortage, legal REC sales continued increasing. In June ($85M) they eclipsed May ($79M) and April ($67M), the two most successful months previous.
- Ontario led in REC retail sales with $25.8M ($1.80 per capita), followed by Quebec with $18.5M ($2.20 PC) and Alberta with $18.3M ($4.24 PC). The legacy market remains strong in BC, which spent only $4.1M ($0.82 PC) on legal REC.
- More than 9,000 Canadians work in the sector, compared with 2,630 in fiscal 2018 and 1,438 in fiscal 2017. Bloomberg