Warehouses in Canada could soon be housing more than an ever-increasing flow of packages from the online shopping boom.

Canada is on the verge of legalizing recreational marijuana, a move expected to create fresh demand for vast indoor growing spaces.

A select group of Canada’s largest marijuana growers will need an additional 8 million square feet of industrial space over the next two years, according to JLL research.

Yet across the country, warehouse space is already in short supply. And with pot legalized, the market is likely to get even tighter.

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