As Canada gets started on re-legalizing cannabis, here’s one group — liquor stores — that are ready to get to work.
One of British Columbia’s largest unions has joined forces with private liquor stores to push for permission to sell non-medical marijuana in provincial liquor stores once it becomes legal.
The province’s liquor store network has a solid track record for selling alcohol in a socially responsible manner, especially when it comes to checking that buyers are of age, the two groups told a news conference Wednesday.
That network would dovetail well with the sale of non-medical marijuana, they said.
“We believe this is an incredible opportunity for British Columbia,” said Stephanie Smith, president of the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union. “We have an excellent track record for distributing and retailing alcohol.”
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