A customer at an NSLC Cannabis store in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia was handed a one-gram package of Canopy‘s Tweed Houndstooth cultivar on which the seal was broken, and the package contained nuts and bolts along with dry bud.
- Twitter grower/reviewer @Donfazool began his review of Pure Sunfarms‘ cultivar White Rhino on a positive note, praising bud texture and scent—until he discovered the botrytis fungus growing on one of the buds.
- In August, Sundial was accused of being slow to respond after Zenabis returned 554 kilos of Sundial product due to contamination. Now a US law firm has filed a class-action suit against Sundial for failing to disclose information about supply issues and the above quality control problems.
Marketwatch, CBC Calgary
- On a less dramatic note, a Twitter commentator noted the widest THC range in the Ontario Cannabis Store is Aphria‘s Solei-Sense cultivar, with an expansive listed-THC content of “9.5 – 28.5%.”
Twitter—What’s My Pot
One self-described “seasoned” cannabis user complained to the Ontario Cannabis Store after the cannabis she purchased caused her to have a “bad trip,” but the OCS said “the dizziness and disorientation she felt was a common side effect of using cannabis.” They refused to give her a refund.