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The Newest Cannabis Products in Manitoba

August 30, 2019


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What’s New in Manitoba

As legalization 2.0 approaches, the launch of edibles, extracts, and topicals is on the horizion and the cannabis market in Manitoba is set to boom.
To help keep track of the growing selection available in store, we’re rounding up brands, strains, products, and accessories that are newly available across the province.

Check back often to see what’s new.

October 2019

The Batch from High Park

La BatchThe Batch is a line of pocket-friendly flower new to Manitoba cannabis retailers, touted as “Quality cannabis that doesn’t cost a fortune.” Categorized by potency rather than cultivar, this blended whole flower contains between 10-16% THC. You can try The Batch in a variety of forms, from affordable quarter and half-quarter packages to solo prerolls or a package of five.

August 2019

Zen Berry and Lemon Riot from Sundial

The Alberta-based grower made its first shipments to Manitoba retailers in August. “All five cannabis retail chains in Manitoba have placed orders for Sundial products, the first available being Zen Berry from Sundial’s Calm series and Lemon Riot,” reads a press release announcing the launch.

“I’m thrilled to say that Sundial products are now available across the whole of the Prairies. We are proud of our western roots, but we are very much committed to growth,” said Andrew Stordeur, president of Sundial’s Canadian operations. “Adding Manitoba brings us closer to our goal of offering high-quality cannabis to consumers from coast to coast.”

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