Does anyone from Quebec would've guess that SQDC were behind on the predictions estimated for them. To an all week operation to drop at 4 days a week the signs shows that they have a shortage and it won't get fix for a long period of time.
Believe it or not, SQDC has sold nearly $40 million worth of legal marijuana in-store or on their online platform. Make it more audacious, they plan on opening 40 more stores by the year 2020. They don't remember that La CAQ's are raising the consuming legal age to 21 instead of 19.
Even facing all those obstacle, the SQDC is still one of the biggest retailers in the country. Who would of thought? Expert are predicting that SQDC would only be profitable in spring 2020 (when all the stores will be open ''Presuming'')
Illegal market are giving the legal market a tough battle. The average price for legal cannabis is $7.27/gram with all the legal action taking on for this new year people will see the price goes up. Nonetheless, CAQ age raising is a problem of it own. Now SQDC got to watch where exactly they may open a retail store all because the law speculate "can't build a retail store near any type of school institution.
Here are all the retailers opened since October 17th (legalization)
- 970 rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest Montréal
- 9250 boulevard l'Acadie Montréal
- 6872 St-Hubert Montréal
- 670 rue Bouvier Québec
- 2491 chemin Sainte-Foy Québec
- 95 route du Président-Kennedy Lévis
- 965 boulevard Saint-Joseph Drummondville
- 13421 Boulevard Curé-Labelle Mirabel
- 3548 boulevard des Forges Trois-Rivières
- 174 boulevard Saint-Luc suite 114 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
- 172 Montée Masson Lanaudière
- 110-1 rue Saint-Germain ouest Rimouski