A growing number of Canadians are beginning to wonder if they should be selling their marijuana at all.
The Canadian government has announced plans to introduce new legislation that would allow the sale of pot to adults 21 and older.
It also announced a new tax on marijuana products.
But as a new law takes effect, some are wondering if they have to sell their pot at all or at a low price.
“We’re not really seeing a significant increase in demand,” said John O’Brien, an analyst with research firm BMO Capital Markets.
“I think people are looking for an alternative to the black markets.”
In the U.S., marijuana has been legal since Colorado became the first state to allow recreational use in 1996.
But since then, the country’s black market has become more lucrative.
The number of legal recreational pot stores in the U to date stands at about 100,000, according to a recent study by the Marijuana Policy Project.
In the U., some states, such as California and Washington, are considering legalizing pot for recreational use.
Some U.K. cities have even tried to ban pot sales to children under 12.
In Florida, a proposed bill has been introduced to ban all marijuana sales to anyone younger than 21.
The bill is also being considered in the British Columbia Legislature, where a similar bill would ban marijuana sales at stores under the age of 21.