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By Matt Lamers A City Cannabis storefront in Vancouver, British Columbia. British Columbia accounted for almost all of Canada’s latest month-over-month increase in adult-use marijuana sales as the nation’s westernmost province is seeing improved access with a slate of new store openings. Canada’s retail sales rose by 6.8 million Canadian dollars ($5.1 million) to CA$135 million from October to November. Sales in British Columbia, meanwhile, increased CA$6 million, or 47%, in November to CA$19 million, according to the latest data from Statistics Canada. British Columbia’s adult-use cannabis sales spike in November to pace Canadian growth

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