Finance minister says aware of concerns, and working on improving profitability.
As the doorbell at Thomas H. Clarke’s independent legal cannabis shop goes non-stop, its owner laments its looming closure.
“I did $1.4 million in sales, which is the highest sales of any retailer in Newfoundland, as far as I know. And I’m just barely scraping by,” Clarke said Thursday.
Nearly a year into legalization, Clarke says he may have to close his doors in Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s because the eight per cent commission on cannabis sales isn’t holding up — and he wants double.
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