The legal weed market has put in motion state-of-the-art security systems, armed guards, bulletproof vehicles and 24-hour video surveillance Quebec’s cannabis retailers have a plan to keep weed from falling into the wrong hands. They’ll store it in steel cages at the back of each dispensary, post guards outside and refuse to let anyone under 18 years old into the building. When the stores are closed, they’ll be protected by metal curtains and the retailers will be under 24-hour video surveillance. These are some of the measures outlined by the Société québécoise du cannabis as it prepares to sell legal marijuana in 20 stores across the province this fall. The floodgates on Canada’s recreational cannabis industry will open in just a few months. With the Oct. Barbed wire & bullets: Quebec’s multimillion-dollar cannabis security

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