Alberta Cannabis Growers Push For Winery-Type Sampling Tours



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Kieley Beaudry would love patrons to tour her licensed indoor pot patch, sample its produce and purchase their favourite buzz on their way out.

If wineries and breweries can do it, she says, Alberta’s legal cannabis producers should have the same right.

It’s something the sector has been lobbying for, particularly since Ontario and B.C. have begun moving towards the so-called farm to table model, with the latter province aiming at 2022 for small-scale producers.

– Read the entire article at Calgary Herald.

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