Statistics Canada said $181 million worth of cannabis was sold in March, up 19.2 percent from the prior month. That one-month gain was one of the biggest monthly jumps since recreational pot was legalized in October 2018. Sales increases were observed in every province and territory, except for Prince Edward Island, which temporarily shut down pot stores that month.
Quebec led the country with a whopping 29 percent rise in pot sales from the prior month, while Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia also posted double-digit percentage gains.
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