Marketing Pros Say Sensitivities and Strict Laws Keeping Some from Advertising to Cannabis Tourists – LPC Canadian tourism agencies are not advertising to cannabis tourists as much as some might expect. When Canada legalized cannabis in 2018, it became just the second country to do so. (And Uruguay, the first, doesn’t allow sales to non-residents.)…

Montreal-Based PotRentals Expanding Airbnb-Like Cannabis Experiences to Alberta Capital – LPC PotRentals is expanding its cannabis experiences to Edmonton. It already offers “weed- and fun-friendly” accommodations for travellers to Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. The idea is to make it easier for people to find accommodations that allow smoking cannabis. With other short-term rental services,…

Locals Hope Cannabis Tourism Can Replace Chocolate Factory Visitors – LPC Smith Falls, Ont. is hoping that cannabis tourism will be able to replace the loss of tourists to the town when the Hersey’s chocolate factory closed in 2008. Local entrepreneur Gordon Weiske said that the factory attracted 250,000 visitors per year. That’s a big…