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Superette CEO Mimi Lam is taking her cannabis retailing business to the street after the Ontario government backtracked on last week’s decision to shut down all private pot sales in the province.
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The Ontario government’s decision late last week to change course and order pot stores to close feels like a bit of a double whammy to the owner of Hobo Cannabis.
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