Canadian cannabis sales were nudged higher in September largely by growth in one province, Ontario, according to the latest data provided by Statistics Canada.
Nationwide sales grew to 354.7 million Canadian dollars ($281 million) in September, up slightly from CA$354 million in August. August’s sales were revised lower.
About half the sales growth happened outside Canada’s major cities.
The gains were driven almost entirely by Ontario, where sales grew to CA$141.6 million in September, 1.9% higher than the previous month.
Alberta’s sales were flat at CA$60.7 million.
Quebec regained the third-biggest market position in the country,
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