Kieley Beaudry would love patrons to tour her licensed indoor pot patch, pattern its produce and buy their favorite buzz on their approach out.
If wineries and breweries can do it, she says, Alberta’s authorized hashish producers ought to have the identical proper.
It’s one thing the sector has been lobbying for, notably since Ontario and B.C. have begun shifting in the direction of the so-called farm to desk mannequin, with the latter province aiming at 2022 for small-scale producers.
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