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Nov 9, 2018

Matt Maurer quoted in the Toronto Star about Canada’s cannabis shortages

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Matt Maurer, vice-chair of the Cannabis Law Group at Torkin Manes, was quoted in the Toronto Star about the current cannabis shortages and how they are expected to continue intermittently through 2020.

“I think it’s highly predictable,” Maurer told StarMetro. “It just seems so obvious that there was going to be really significant demand.”

So obvious, in fact, that Maurer believes some governments ought to be owning more of the blame than they currently are. The province of Ontario, he said, has been pointing the finger at Canada Post and, to some degree, at producers. But supply and delivery aren’t the only problems facing the industry, he added.

To read the complete article, please visit the Toronto Star.

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