Saskatchewan Canada To Move Forward With Open Market Cannabis Retail

Those interested in becoming retailers must meet SLGA’s requirements

The Saskatchewan government is hoping to weed out black market cannabis suppliers with a phased-in open market system for retail permits, starting next spring.

The province announced its plan during question period at the legislature on Tuesday.

Fifty-one original permit holders were decided by a lottery process prior to marijuana legalization in October 2017.

The number of permits within a given Saskatchewan community — and not all communities were eligible — was based on population size.

Regulated by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA), proponents were also only allowed one permit per jurisdiction.

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