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An Edmonton business hopes to cash in on the lucrative cannabis market by launching an Uber-style delivery service for medical and recreational users. But whether the business will be allowed to operate in Alberta is still up in the air.  Called Save the Drive, the business is set to launch a mobile application when cannabis becomes legal Oct. 17. CEO Chanel Graham sees a need for the service among medical users who are homebound, can’t drive, or among recreational users who are intoxicated and unable to drive. “This is something that would be needed and in demand in Canada,” Graham said. Uber-style cannabis delivery service to launch in Edmonton, Calgary

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