Data dump of Ontario cannabis trends

Published on June 11, 2020 by oz. staff

The Ontario Cannabis Store has published a visually snazzy report on its first full fiscal year of operation.

It’s filled with detailed data on sales figures by category and brand, pricing information and consumer trends.

The report is a treasure trove of data on cannabis stats and habits in Canada’s most populous province.

“The goal for OCS is to create a digital feedback loop, a data connection between consumers’ purchase decisions and Canada’s Licensed Producers, authorized retail stores and the public,” says Cal Bricker, President & CEO of the OCS, in the report.

“This data will inform investments, create opportunities and foster innovation.”

Over the fiscal year, Ontario sold 35.1 million grams of cannabis for $385.1 million in sales.

We’ve collected some of the graphic highlights for you.

The full report is available here: OCS Insights Report – 2019-2020