Quebec’s government-run pot stores have a name: the Société Québécoise du Cannabis
The Quebec government is set to table legislation Thursday that will provide a framework for legalized marijuana, but details are already emerging, including the name of the organization that will handle its sale: the Société Québécoise du Cannabis.
The future Société québécoise du cannabis (SQC) will open with 20 outlets, not 15, once the sale of cannabis, but its management recognizes it is heading into unknown territory.
The provincial government in Quebec will officially unveil its plan to regulate weed sales tomorrow.
According to Radio-Canada, the sale of cannabis will be overseen by a branch of the Société des alcools du Québec, the provincial liquor retailer, which plans to open 20 storefronts dedicated to weed sales across Quebec