Legal marijuana was a $10.4 billion industry in the U.S. in 2018 with a quarter-million jobs devoted just to the handling of marijuana plants.
“It was one of my big goals to win in every discipline when I first started racing — one of those goals that you don’t think you are ever going to achieve,” the 23-year-old Shiffrin said.
Her firm retirement plans changed when she hyperextended and sprained a ligament in her knee during a training crash on Nov. 19.
On Oct. 17, Canada becomes the second, after Uruguay, and largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace.
Molson Coors will attempt to sell pot-infused drinks in Canada, where consumable marijuana will soon become legal.
Nationwide legalization will make problems that have plagued Colorado marijuana businesses nonexistent for their Canadian counterparts.
According to the World Trade Center, Colorado exported $2.7 billion worth of goods through NAFTA in 2017.