The cannabis industry is known to be budding into a multi-billion-dollar one. It helps to produce countless jobs building a thriving economy. Cannabis doesn’t only employee cultivators and budtenders.
Virtually every field of professional business can be employed by the cannabis sector. Internet specialists, engineers, electricians, plumbers, construction workers, architects, CPAs, marketing experts, writers, and so many more. Along with this exceptional bloom of jobs comes the attraction and a lure that brings people.
Cannabis Tourism is Bringing Towns and Cities Back to Life
Cannabis tourism alone can bring an area back to life. Small towns in Colorado and California that were on the verge of becoming ghost towns or were already ghost towns are seeing revitalization thanks to cannabis tourism. With Canada legalizing cannabis for adult use on October 17th of 2018 they opened the door for canna-tourism.
Whats Better than Legal Cannabis? Legal Cannabis in the Canadian Great Outdoors
Many cannabis consumers already have a wild fascination with the great outdoors. Canada is filled with some of the most breathtaking outdoor scenic places to visit on the planet. Embracing cannabis legalization with lounges, safe access for the public, and regulations and rules that make consuming cannabis enjoyable when visiting Canada will without a doubt substantially boost the tourism for the country.
Cultured Cannabis Destination
Canada is home to one of the most diverse cultures found anywhere on the planet. People from all around the world call Canada home. The tourism that cannabis legalization stands to bring into Canada will benefit businesses of all sorts. Even ones that don’t have anything to do with cannabis. From gas stations to bed and breakfasts, restaurants, shops, and more cannabis stands to help flood Canada with a fresh crop of tourism.