Calgary Co-op gets ready to sell cannabis this fall

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Calgary Co-op, known for its liquor, gasoline and fresh produce, will soon be adding a new product to its shelves: cannabis. “We won’t have any samples available,”  cannabis senior director Jim Riege told the Calgary Eyeopener on Monday. The co-operative grocery chain will open 12 licensed cannabis sales shops around the city over the next year. Some will be ready for the Oct. 17 legalization date but others are being built from the ground up. So far, most members and staff are enthusiastic about the foray into the new market, Riege said. “Some definitely are excited about it coming to fruition and opening up on October 17,” he said. Calgary Co-op gets ready to sell cannabis this fall

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