Nova Scotia study finds Canada’s cannabis products routinely mislabelled

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Since Canada legalized cannabis in 2018, sales have skyrocketed to an industry now worth $4 billion a year in the country.

But Nova Scotia scientists have made troubling discovery over the products – cannabis strains are being regularly mixed up and mislabelled on the shelves.

The Cannabis Council of Canada, which represents more than 700 licensed growers in the country, suggests it’s a lingering effect from the illegal cannabis market.

Ross Lord looks at how exactly it’s messing up the marketing over scientific facts – and why it could be dangerous.

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