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The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission has announced new details regarding the province’s model for cannabis sales. The province will have four dedicated, government-owned retail locations in 2018, as well as an e-commerce platform with direct-to-home delivery. Retail sites will be located in Charlottetown, Summerside, Montague and West Prince. The four locations were chosen
Why did the federal government decide to legalize cannabis? The Government of Canada has chosen to create a legal framework governing the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis in Canada. More information about the federal government’s proposed framework can be found here: www.canada.ca/en/services/health/campaigns/legalizing-strictly-regulating-cannabis-facts.html How can I learn about the legislative, regulatory, and policy-related decisions made
Will there be cannabis retail stores? Under the proposed approach, the Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) will oversee the operation of four (4) stores upon legalization in July 2018. These stores are tentatively slated to be located in Charlottetown, Summerside, Montague, and the West Prince Region of the PEI. What will the cannabis
(Featured Photo shows ministers Robert Mitchell, Heath MacDonald, and Jordan Brown announce the next cannabis policy directions. As Prince Edward Island works to meet the federal government’s timeline for cannabis legalization this summer, the province continues to set policy direction to meet the needs and expectations of Islanders. The province today (January 16) announced next
The provincial government today outlined three significant directions related to implementing the federal government’s objective of legalizing cannabis. As Prince Edward Island prepares in the months ahead for legislation and enforcement of federal cannabis legalization, the provincial government is focused on: ensuring Islanders can make an informed choice; and reducing the illegal market for cannabis.