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  1. Jan 14, 2022 · Although a few more Canadians appear to be consuming cannabis, the average age for a Canadian to be introduced to cannabis has increased since legalization. The 2017 survey showed the average age a Canadian would first be introduced to cannabis was 18.7 years. This number has slowly climbed to 20.4 years of age in 2021. Habit forming

  2. Jan 15, 2022 · Torontonians celebrate at a 'bud drop' party on the eve of cannabis legalization on Oct. 17, 2018. Canada was the second country after Uruguay to legalize the drug for recreational use.

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  4. Jan 19, 2022 · Listed cannabis-focused biopharma company Avicanna has added the former general counsel for commercial at Suboxone manufacturer Indivior as its new chief legal officer. Stephen Kim will begin his new role at the Toronto-based company later this month and succeeds co-founder Setu Purohit, who stepped down from the CLO role along with the ...

    • Canadian Dried Flower Cannabis Price and Discount History
    • Introduction
    • Dataset Information
    • Market Sections
    • Summary

    Editor’s note: This is an update on an article StratCann ran in 2020, using data collected by CannStandard, showing the price in the legal and illegal cannabis markets in Canada. Many of the same issues from that first article remain true: Despite some claims that the black market is significantly cheaper than the legal market, prices in these different streams are actually fairly close. The data presented in this article comes from scans of online sources in the legal and illegal market, from provincial retail sites, illicit online sellers, and online aggregators. While there are examples of high- and low-end exceptions to every rule in pricing, these figures pull from a wide array of sources to draw a clever average. Prices, regardless of the source, tend to be around $10 a gram. Some are much lower, some are higher. Sidenote: In this article, the term ACMPR is used to refer to those selling within the commercial medial stream. The Cannabis Act replaced the ACMPR. Data collection...

    This article explores the price of cannabis products available in Canada, using listings for dried cannabis products from medical, legal and legacy sources taken from September 2016 onwards. We’ll look at average prices from both legal and legacy sources previous to Canada’s cannabis legalization. And we’ll compare those values to the prices we can observe from both sources after legalization. We’ll also look at bulk discounts offered, with respect to each data source to see how price changes with package size, where the best bulk discounts were offered, and how things have changed since legalization

    The dataset spans from September 2016 to June 2021, and includes listings from Canada’s medical cannabis program (ACMPR), Mail Order Marijuana sites, listing aggregators (Weedmaps/Leafly), provincial web stores, and legal bricks and mortar stores (legal B&M).

    Medical

    Thirty-four producers were tracked manually starting September 2016. We continued tracking these sources until August 2019, about one year after the ACMPR was replaced by the Cannabis Act. Data from this source was generated from producer websites; it doesn’t include a medical store that would list many producers. Primarily producers in the ACMPR listed 5g packages, or increments of, and offered little bulk discounts. Product types were whole flower, smalls, milled, and milled decarb. The ave...

    Mail Order Marijuana

    Generally representative of legacy vendors, this dataset includes prices from 52 sites from October 2017 to October 2020. During that time, we observed an average price of $9.45 per gram. The average price tracked decreased over the date span, from $10.40 in October 2017, to $8.43 in October 2020. Dried cannabis packages are sold in traditional fractions of ounces in this section of the market. Bulk discounts average 25% from an ounce to a gram, bringing the price down to $7.21 per gram. A go...

    Listing Aggregators

    Prior to Canada’s legalization, listings for legacy vendors could be found on the two largest cannabis marketplaces, Weedmaps and Leafly. Both large listing aggregators delisted unlicensed vendors after legalization. Grouping a mix of licensed and unlicensed vendors across the date span (July 2018 to April 2021), the average price observed was $9.57 per gram. In July 2018, there were just over 900 stores listing products on one of the two marketplace websites, we observed the average at $9.22...

    Price Summary

    Prior to legalization (September 2016 to September 2018), we observed the price per gram of medical cannabis from the small number of legal producers at $9.18 per gram, in a 5 gram package size. Within the same window, the price observed across all package sizes from several hundred MOMs and legacy vendors on Weedmaps and Leafly was $10.28 per gram. At the start of legalization listings for legal recreational products were listed above the historical average, but have decreased below the aver...

    Bulk Discount Summary

    On average, current bulk discounts are double what was observed prior to legalization from legacy vendors. Prior to 2019, the best average bulk discount observed in the legal recreational market was a 6.9% discount on a 14-gram package. During the same period, the average bulk discount on an ounce product was 27% from legacy market Mail Order Marijuana online store. By the end of 2019, the average bulk discount on an ounce product from legacy market Mail Order Marijuana stores was 25%. During...

  5. Jan 13, 2022 · The Flowr Corporation is a Canadian cannabis company with operations in Canada and the European Union. Its Canadian operating campus, located in Kelowna, BC, includes a purpose-built, GMP-designed ...

  6. Jan 11, 2022 · The reality is that Canadians have been engaging in risky driving behaviours even before cannabis was legal. A Statistics Canada report showed that in 2019, 13.2 per cent of cannabis consumers ...

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