From mjbizdaily.com original article by Matt Lamers September 3 2020 Just over a dozen Indigenous-affiliated cannabis companies have wound their way through Health Canada’s marijuana licensing process in the past 18 months, according to new data provided to Marijuana Business Daily. And none of the latest licensees are located on a…
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