Regions like Niagara in Ontario and the Okanagan Valley in B.C. attract droves of international tourists each year for wine tastings, vineyard tours and fine dining, but not so much for cannabis.

As the first G7 country to federally legalize cannabis, recreational cannabis consumption is permitted all across the Great White North.

But despite dwarfing cannabis-tourism hotspots like Amsterdam, where cannabis isn’t even technically legal, in size and population, Canada’s reputation for cannabis tourism has paled in comparison to that of the Netherlands.

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Emma Spears ~ TheGrowthOp.com

 

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