Canadian Cannabis Sales Continue To Rebound In April, Here's Why

sales in Canada seem to be recovering after another month of improvement. New data from Statistics Canada revealed that  sales in April improved 25.8% year-over-year reaching CA$ 372.4 million ($286.5 million), reports New Ventures.

Sales growth, according to the outlet, can be attributed to an increase in the cannabis retail outlets and falling flower prices.

Ontario, Canada’s largest province by population, saw sales increase 4% sequentially and 53% year-over-year. In British Columbia, sales were down 6% quarter-over-quarter, and up 21% compared to the same …

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