Last week, hundreds lined the streets for hours to queue up and purchase weed at newly legal pot shops — at least 111 stores were expected to open across the nation, with many more to come.
But that increase in shop fronts is already showing strain, with cannabis shortages being reported in a number of Canadian provinces.
A number of stores in Edmonton have closed their doors after running out of the drug. The AGLC said it would do its best to prepare to meet demand, but there had been nationwide supply issues beyond its control.
“It’s day four of legalisation … and nobody has all the answers right now,” AGLC spokeswoman Heather Holmen told CBC.
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