Elina's cookie sales fly high at Edmonton marijuana store

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In 45 minutes she managed to sell 30 packs, reports the Chronicle.info with reference on the Letters.

But Canada raked in major profits on its first day: the British Columbia made at least $41,000, Alberta made almost $730,000, Quebec pulled in $220,500, Nova Scotia totalled 'just over $660,000 in sales, ' and New Brunswick hasn't released figures yet.

Mr Childs said he came up with the idea a day or so before the new legislation came into place because selling the cookies around the neighbourhood has "always been a little slow".

When Elina got home from school Wednesday, she grabbed some change from her piggy bank.

Seann Childs, Elina's father, said he saw it as both a business opportunity for his daughter and an opportunity to teach her about Canada's new marijuana rules.

"Everybody was respectful, everybody was happy, and she walked away from it as this incredibly positive experience as well as selling out all her Brownie cookies", he said.

The child's father told the CBC that she sold a box of cookies every minute-and-a-half, quickly turning all 30 boxes into $120 for the Girl Guides, part of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

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The pair walked up and down the lineup, which stretched around the block the entire day. "It made me happy but sad because I never got a snack", Elina told Daily Hive.

This isn't the first time that a Girl Scout has used stoners' love of cookies to turn a profit.

A social media post on Elina outside the pot store went viral and Monahan said they started getting questions from other parents about whether it was allowed.

"Why wouldn't it be?" she said.

"She actually has cystic fibrosis, so we encourage her to get out there and do things and be active", Childs said. The Girl Guides were also cool with it.

"She didn't quite understand what the big deal was", Childs said.

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