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cannabis Canada

Some towns have seen house prices soar as cannabis producers set up shop.
As stock prices swoon, some marijuana companies are facing a cash crunch.
So far, Canada's cannabis legal grow-ops haven't turned a profit as a group.
Experts are drawing attention to a lack of controls over where cannabis retailers will be located.
Canadian cannabis prices are likely to keep falling, analysts say.
Pot grow-ops are offering higher wages than traditional greenhouses.
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Ontario's provincial cannabis operator is also on track to lose money.
Six months into legalization, sales at stores are tepid.
Places like Leamington and Smiths Falls, Ont., are benefitting from the success of cannabis producers.