Those with foresight know that if Canadian flowers are to compete on the world stage, they need to compete on quality—because our neighbours to the south will most certainly outstrip us in terms of production quantity and, hence, price point.
The myth around the nuclearlike destructive capacity of this leafy shrub is due to the fact that many people in the past have chosen to grow large amounts of cannabis in spaces not built for this purpose.
It seems every day a new headline praises Canada’s achievement in becoming the first G7 country to federally legalize adult-use cannabis. Experts say the international community is focused on the Great White North, studying our regulatory framework, product development, and social impact as a foundation for their own moves to medical or adult-use legalization. But while policy makers in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe look to Canada, companies here are looking outward.