Entrepreneur Brett Evans is hoping to get big messages across with the DoobTool, a cannabis carrying case that comes with a Swiss-Army-knife-like array of tools for cutting, crushing and rolling dried flower. He wants the sleek, clever design and the can-do versatility of the DoobTool …
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As if you didn’t know already, the sale of cannabis became legal last week and with that, Atlantic Canadian retailers opened their doors for business. Despite reports of stores selling out across the four provinces, here’s where you can buy cannabis once they restock.
The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation has made their first order of cannabis in preparation for the October 17 legalization date. The 3.75-million-gram order consists of 78 different strains of cannabis, 282 cannabis products and 21 different accessories to be sold on store shelves. The order will be filled by 14 different vendors from across the country.
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