Canada’s attempt to finalize its marijuana legislation making it the second country to legalize adult use marijuana (after Uruguay) hit a snag when Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor conceded yesterday it won’t be done in July 2018. New timetables based on legislative necessity target August or September of 2018. As a result, many of the publicly traded Canadian cannabis companies stock price took a multi-point dip today. As the various states in the United States that have legalized adult-use marijuana can contest, implementing regulations for a brand new industry is full of complexity and challenges. Canada’s marijuana market will continue to be frothy in the near term but they are well on their way to being a dominate player in the marijuana industry because of the full support of its government (unlike the United States).