Different cannabis regulations around the world mean that the grass is not always greener for investors
by Paul Bryant
Canada introduced some legal medicinal use of cannabis in 2001, and has evolved and relaxed legislation several times since then. Today, Health Canada, the government health agency, licenses and oversees a thriving commercial cannabis sector, and also registers individuals to produce limited amounts of cannabis for their own medicinal use. In a country with a population of 37 million, more than 350,000 patients are registered with licensed sellers of cannabis, according to the latest government data.
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