A previously high-profile plan to open the world's first recreational marijuana store in an airport terminal in Prince George, B.C., has been scrapped, apparently a victim of changing economic conditions. The Prince George Airport Authority (PGAA) announced that the store "will not sign a lease or begin construction, citing changing market conditions." PGAA President and CEO Gordon Duke told MJBizDaily that the store has been in development for about three years and is scheduled to open in the first quarter of this year, at which point plans will change. The increased complexity of marijuana stores at airports. Some Canadian airlines oppose the opening of cannabis stores at airports and have raised objections with Prince George City Council.
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