Hopeful cannabis retailers prepare for business as city ponders regulations
Air Date: Nov 08, 2017 10:55 AM CT
Manitoba's plan to allow the private sector to sell cannabis has sparked a flurry of activity across the province as businesses prepare to enter the market and the City of Winnipeg plans to regulate where weed retailers can set up shop next summer.
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