Canadians, well some of them, were hoping to get a quick toke before boarding their flight at a British Columbia airport. Last year, Prince George Airport was set to become the first in the world to open a retail cannabis shop on its terminal. But alas, the project fell through.

What Happened

In December, the Prince George Airport Authority (PGAA) announced that Cloudbreak Cannabis,– previously known as Copilot Cannabis, “would not be signing a lease or beginning construction, citing changing market conditions." Apparently, the decision was made due to changing economic conditions, reported MjBizDaily.

“A lot has changed in the economy,” said PGAA president and CEO Gordon Duke. “And certainly, we’ve seen with interest …

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