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Manitoba is blazing a decidedly different trail than Ontario and New Brunswick when it comes to plans for dispensing marijuana at the retail level once recreational sales become legal nationwide next summer. The regional split pits public sector control in the East squarely against a regulated privately-run market in the West as the planned July 1, 2018 legalization date draws closer. So far, the three provinces are the only ones to spell out how they will approach the day-to-day business of legally dealing pot to non-medical consumers. Government-run pot sales better than private retail: law prof

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