Nova Scotia Sets Prices for Weed, but Says Supply Will Be Limited at First
The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation has set its initial prices for cannabis — but says it will have less than 40 per cent of requested quantities on hand when the drug is legalized for recreational use on Wednesday.
The corporation says it had expected to offer 300 products representing 78 strains, but has been reduced to 97 products representing 52 strains due to supply problems it says are being experienced nationwide.
Cannabis will be sold at 12 locations across the province under three categories: Value — priced at between $6.33 and $8.49 per gram; Core — sold at between $9.00 and $10.98 per gram; and Premium — priced at $10.99 per gram and above.
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