- Ontario leads Canada with 96% deficiency in cannabis stores, researcher estimates
- Ontario has roughly 4% of the legal cannabis points of sale it needs to put it on par with markets that are successfully extinguishing illicit channels.
- Chris Damas, editor of Ontario-based BCMI Cannabis Report, estimates that Ontario would need an additional 1,400 points of sale to reach the one-per-10,000-people mark observed in Colorado and Alberta.
- Damas estimates that Quebec’s cannabis point of sale deficiency at 95% meaning it is roughly 800 stores shy.
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