Two-thirds of current pot users will switch to legal retailers: survey

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CTV News Channel A cannabis plant is shown in southwest Quebec on Oct. 8, 2013. (Justin Tang / The Canadian Press) OTTAWA — Canadians who currently use cannabis expect to buy nearly two-thirds of their pot from legal retailers once recreational marijuana becomes legal in Canada, a new survey suggests. Moreover, respondents to the survey say they expect to buy cannabis more often and are prepared to pay more for the legal product, generating up to $4.34 billion in total sales next year. The findings were drawn from an online survey of 1,500 Canadians, conducted by Asking Canadians from March 6-20. It was commissioned by accounting giant Deloitte, which provides audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management and tax services for its clients. Two-thirds of current pot users will switch to legal retailers: survey

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