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B.C. government bans promoting cannabis in licensed establishments 

Canopy Growth Corp.'s cannabis brand Tweed, after cannabis was legalized, had advertising in frames above urinals at bars, such as the Fountainhead Pub and the Imperial in Vancouver | Photo by Glen Korstrom

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