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January 25-27


Regulated recreational marijuana sales in Canada grew modestly between April and May for the third month straight, reaching a milestone of 313.3 million Canadian dollars ($248.8 million).

National sales were up by 2.3% over April’s record figure, according to figures released Friday by Canadian government data bureau Statistics Canada.

April’s sales total was adjusted downward slightly to CA$306.3 million.



An agreement between one Quebec-based First Nations territory and Health Canada looks to establish new cannabis regulations that could usher in fresh investment and opportunity for Canada’s Indigenous communities.

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke announced on Monday that it signed a memorandum of understanding with Health Canada that will create a licensing regime alongside the territory’s cannabis laws which will allow businesses to pursue cannabis cultivation and processing licences.