so one of the things that comes to mind for me is that there's a big gap or a disconnect when you have legalization and then availability of products to Consumers, and I know that this was a big issue for a lot of places, especially smaller municipalities like Pei where I'm from and even to some extent Nova Scotia where I'm I'm currently at this could even be seen by the fact that there's a few stores just recently opened up in Cape Breton and other smaller municipalities because people still
Have reliable access to cannabis or LED to travel large distances to access cannabis products. And so I think one of the biggest things here is that legally you had the legalization process at the Act passed and people were excited about that. But then you didn't really have the support structures or the facilities that you can support your your provincial and Municipal governments with being able to roll out this process. So I think Some the roll down effects that you saw from that were for example, the supply and demand issue that we had. First of all where bunch of cannabis products come in the stores opened up and then all the sudden you had heard issues of short as and stuff. So I'll along the industry and stuff like that products are all backlog and whatnot. So I think to me will not only things that comes to mind there is that we didn't really have an idea of how mainstream Hughes maybe Waters or or an accurate representation of what kind of product base we would need to meet the demand of the market and I think another thing that sticks are to me in terms of this question is that the concerns also stem from people thinking of the legalization or I guess you could even kiss a normalization had more to do with the government wanting to make taxes off of it rather than Addressing the fact that people are going to become more commonplace. And so I think something rolled it affects you shot from this or that different professions and stuff would still little law if you weren't allowed to do it in certain social settings and whatnot. And a lot of this doesn't make sense different people, but some people also disagree with this and so I think part of that and I mean police officers, for example, I think and only there's like within 30 minutes of there. Sure within 30 days of service or not allowed to touch cannabis products whatsoever. So they pretty much have to be off the clock if they're going to be touching as far as you know, this is true for other professions as well. And I think in terms of we are really having a great idea of how cannabis leaves the body no alcohol, for example leaves the body of first-rate kinetics. We don't really know how cannabis leaves your body or what lingering effects of my have we know that it can impair you and change your ability to make decisions. But little is known about exactly those effects and what would be suitable to what we're not so in that sense. I think that's kind of why at least to me that people were like, well it's a decriminalization. Yes, but it's not truly lazy issue when many people aren't still out to consume these products. Another thing that I think that we lacked in is their education update. It was products. I know that growing up even through the school system here. People often considered cannabis to be taboo and definitely the family that I grew up considered it to be as well. When I went to University. I realized that it was not so to move is what I thought and that is quite commonplace. And so in that sense I kind of was a little shocked in some ways, but I also was able to educate myself a little bit on cannabis and cannabis products and different stuff like that. So I would be aware. She was nice. Another thing that I often think of especially coming from a small place of Pi is the the size effects that you have with a roller like this where you have federal government basketball and then you leave the facilities of the provinces and municipalities to take care of the rest sure that works maybe with a place like Ontario where you have quite a robust structures and government basically Man by our sign on the Empower people to accomplish this But in the same sense Pi maybe doesn't have that capability. Yeah, you're going to Consumers are there's going to be just as eager to get those products. And so I think maybe in some cases it's the government as to do a little bit better federally at introducing support for those small municipalities to be able to roll live. So it's like this. Anyway, thank you for your time.