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A request for proposal opened by the province in November says Manitoba will enter into retail agreements with up to four businesses to sell cannabis when it becomes legal. (CBC) There are up to four spots available, but Manitoba received more than 100 submissions from applicants hoping to sell marijuana in the province. The province received significant interest in its request for proposals, which launched on Nov. 7 and closed Dec. 22, according to a news release sent Thursday. According to the request, the province will choose “up to four proposals” and enter into at least one retailer agreement with each applicant it chooses. More than 100 applicants vie for up to 4 pot retailer spots

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