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Canada: Cannabis Industry Insider Says Dispensaries are “Dreaming” If They Think They’ll Be Part of a Legalization Framework

Omar Khan sat down with Matt Galloway on Metro Morning to discuss big questions that have yet to be answered in the federal government’s push to develop a legal framework for recreational marijuana sales by July 2018.

Khan is former chief of staff to the Ontario health minister and he now works with the marijuana industry as vice president, public affairs of Hill + Knowlton strategies. [Read More on CBC News Toronto]

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