Friday, August 13, 2010

New agrarian economy?

Apparently, the Canadian government reaps roughly C$20 billion a year from weed. That's right, peeps; selling TWENTY BILLION CANADIAN DOLLARS worth of marijuana to their southern neighbour annually, providing employment to near a quarter million citizens.

Who said agriculture is not profitable?

2 comments:

Julian Gan said...

Agriculture has always been a profitable business, provided enough land (cheap land in the outskirts) in any country. Low overhead and other costs, healthy margins.

My friends and I are looking at the possibility of planting chillies at Sabah.

Snuze said...

Go for it!

All the best!

*hugs*