But Health Canada pushes back against notion of a national cannabis shortage.
Shutting down the marijuana black market will require more legal cannabis and more licensed producers, according to the provincial bureaucrat who works on Manitoba’s cannabis strategy.
“Breaking the black market is a key aspect of legalization,” said Michael Legary, a senior project manager with Manitoba’s priorities and planning secretariat.
“You have to have a legal supply available to do that. And if we do not have legal supply, people will go to the previous channels they were using,” he said.
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