A Canadian marijuana company has inked a strategic alliance with a national chain of convenience stores with the aim of selling adult-use cannabis at the operator’s 350 locations across Canada.

Cannabis Wheaton, based in Vancouver, called the alliance the “first of its kind.” The name of the convenience store operator was not disclosed.

Hugo Alves, president of Cannabis Wheaton, told Marijuana Business Daily that the initial focus will be on provinces where the government has not shut the door on privately owned retail outlets, primarily in Western Canada and Quebec.

So far those might include British Columbia and <a

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