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  • Post Time Posted October 22, 2018
According to Brad Martin of Calgary-based Cann Standard, Canadian marijuana market prices will fluctuate for about two years before settling with some consistency.

Martin used pricing data from Oregon, where supply was initially low and prices were high, followed by a reverse, as an example of what will likely happen in Canada. 

“Of course, new product types are coming in within that two-year window so it will be hard to tell,” Martin said, referring to items such as edibles and THC-infused beverages. 

On October 17, the day of cannabis legalization, the lowest price available for a gram of marijuana ranged from $5.25 in Quebec, to $13 in Saskatchewan and $13.13 in the Northwest Territories.
 
Source: https://globalnews.ca/news/4579729/canadian-legal-cannabis-market/

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