5 Minutes for Business: New Years Resolutions for the Canadian Cannabis Industry
There was a lot of economic optimism and excitement when Canada became the first large, developed country in the world to legalize recreational cannabis for adult use in 2018. While this new industry and governments alike have accomplished an incredible amount in the two years since, it was anything but smooth sailing for cannabis businesses even before the COVID-19 pandemic added even more challenges. So as 2020 (finally) comes to a close, here are some New Years resolutions for the industry looking ahead to 2021.
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