The Dark Grey Market: Canadian Cannabis

The Dark Grey Market: Canadian Cannabis
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Cannabis in Canada is still widely illegal. With a new government entering parliament in 2016, the odds of legalization, further criminalization or decriminalization of marijuana coming to fruition are still to be determined. But despite that, black market growers and grey market marijuana dispensaries are more prevalent than ever. And the sometimes dangerous, and legally dubious process of manufacturing weed oils and other concentrates is rising with growers investing tens of thousands of dollars to make sheets of potent pot wax.

With the legal fate of weed still in the balance, VICE host Damian Abraham went to BC, the Wild West of Canadian chronic, visited grows operating illegally or semi-legally, met concentrate manufacturers making large quantities of oil in spite of the law, and checked in on the exploding dispensary scene that the federal Conservative government is trying to shut down.

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The Dark Grey Market: Canadian Cannabis

12 thoughts on “The Dark Grey Market: Canadian Cannabis”

  1. the biggest drug dealer in every country is the government they sell you drugs and then tell you its illegal to obtain it yourself

  2. I love cannabis and am a firm believer that is should be legal for everyone but the second you start saying you cured brain cancer with diet change and pot you immediately start throwing away the legitimacy and credibility of this wonderful plant. (not vice, the lady and her poor kid)

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