Cannabis retailers say they’re being pushed out by B.C. government stores


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Private retailers in B.C. say government-owned dispensaries could force small mom-and-pop shops to shut down. They accuse B.C. of using tax dollars to subsidize the government stores, allowing them to sell products with slim margins.

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