The scene was busy, but appropriately laid-back, as thousands attended the second day of the second annual Cannabis & Hemp Trade Show at the Shaw Centre on Saturday.

Attendees wandered the conference centre halls to check out goods and services that are springing up now that recreational cannabis is legal in Canada.

“It’s an opportunity for cannabis consumers and those curious about the industry to learn about new products, find out about companies they may want to invest in, and hang out with like-minded people all under one roof,” the trade show company in a release.

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