New Brunswick wants to be your marijuana supplier.

The Liberal government, led by 34-year-old Brian Gallant, sees weed as green gold -- an important creator of revenue and jobs in a province that badly needs both. 

It is giving producers financial incentives, has developed a community college program for cannabis technicians, and announced March 24 that marijuana is to be a pillar of its economic strategy.

Marijuana ended the career of a New Brunswick premier in the 1980s, but as Canada nears legalized weed it is taboo no more.

"The New Brunswick government is ... perhaps the most supportive provincial government in the country of the cannabis industry," said Kent Hovey-Smith, a spokesman for Tidal Health Solutions.

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Kevin Bissett ~ Canadian Press/CTVNews.ca via 420Intel.com ~

 

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