Pharmacies should be allowed to sell medical marijuana, Loblaw president Galen G. Weston says

, Canada

Galen G. Weston, the head of the country's largest drugstore and grocery chain Loblaw, said that pharmacists are well-positioned to dispense marijuana in a safe manner.

TORONTO — Galen G. Weston wants in on the medical marijuana business.

Weston, the head of the country’s largest drugstore and grocery chain, said Thursday that pharmacists are well-positioned to dispense the drug in a safe manner.

“We’re an industry that is extremely effective at managing controlled substances,” said Weston, Loblaw’s president and executive chairman, following the company’s annual general meeting Thursday.

“It gives pharmacists the opportunity to work directly in real time with patients as opposed to doing it through the mail, working on their doses and making sure it actually has the therapeutic effect that it is intended to have.”

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