Canadian cannabis sales continued to climb in September, with B.C. posting record-high numbers.
Ontario led all provinces with $155.5 million in sales, up about one per cent from the previous month. In July, Ontario set a record with a $157.3 million in sales.
Aside from Ontario and B.C., Alberta was the only other jurisdiction to see a month-over-month increase in cannabis sales.
Sales fell most precipitously in Prince Edward Island, dropping 16.5 per cent, while Newfoundland and Labrador recorded a 6.3 per cent reduction in sales and New Brunswick saw a decrease of 5.5 per cent.
In Quebec, sales declined from nearly $51 million in August, to $49 million in September.
Last week, Health Canada named the expert panel that will be leading the yearlong delayed legislative review of the Cannabis Act.
The legally mandated review “will address the ongoing and emerging needs of Canadians while protecting
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