B.C. premier has questions after company gets Health Canada approval to produce, sell cocaine

B.C. Premier David Eby has some questions for Health Canada.

Last month, Langley-based Adastra Holdings announced it had been granted an amendment to its licence to “possess, produce, sell and distribute” cocaine. The company said the approval allows Adastra to interact with up to 250 grams of cocaine and to import coca leaves to manufacture and synthesize the substance.

At a press conference earlier this week, Eby said he was “astonished” at that announcement.

“If Health Canada did in fact do this, they did it, not only without engaging with the province, but without notice to us,” he said, via the Vancouver Sun. “So we will get answers for British Columbians about this.”

Adastra Holdings CEO, Michael Forbes, said in a statement that the company “will evaluate how the commercialization of (cocaine) fits in with our business model at Adastra in an effort to position ourselves

The post B.C. premier has questions after company gets Health Canada approval to produce, sell cocaine appeared first on GrowCola.com.

B.C. Premier David Eby has some questions for Health Canada. Last month, Langley-based Adastra Holdings announced it had been granted… Continue reading
The post B.C. premier has questions after company gets Health Canada approval to produce, sell cocaine appeared first on GrowCola.com. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

× Whatsapp