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New research could prompt Canadian cities to rethink cannabis store bans

Opening more recreational marijuana stores from 2018 to 2020 helped to greatly increase Canada’s legal sales, but barely affected overall user numbers, according to new research from Brock University business professor Michael Armstrong. 

The research could have applications for provinces with a small number of legal cannabis stores, as well as dozens of communities across Canada which still do not allow legal marijuana retailers. 

“One direct implication of these results is that jurisdictions which add more stores get substantial increases in legal sales but limited increases in prevalence,” according to Armstrong’s research. 

The research implies, “though

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