NEARLY NINE IN 10 CANADIAN POT PRODUCERS SAY CONSOLIDATION IS INEVITABLE

A new report suggests that 87 per cent of Canadian cannabis companies believe that consolidation is inevitable over the next three years, leaving only a few large players post-legalization.

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