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business ceiling: Bed-and-breakfast hosts similarly face legal challenges in that lawyers say that they are acting illegally if they leave a joint on a guest's pillow or otherwise provide cannabis.article continues below Trending Stories Canadians urged to avoid all travel to parts of the Philippines Class Notes Van Tech teacher vying for million dollar prize Man thanks paramedic who saved his life on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside a year ago Has Hootsuite hit its business ceiling in Vancouver Cannabis lounges, where there is open consumption, are also illegal, according to provincial law, according to Vancouver Courier. These limitations are restricting aspiring tourism entrepreneurs at a time when the number of tourists who visit B.C. could be on the wane. Tour companies, for example, are unable to have customers consume cannabis in the back of a van even when the guests are completely separated from the compartment where a driver would be. After the U.S., the largest source of international visitors to B.C. is China, and the current diplomatic rift between Canada and China is severe enough that China has issued a travel advisory against its citizens travelling to Canada. Vancouver, however, is estimated to have a 3.3 per cent jump in overnight visitors in 2019, according to the Conference Board of Canada, and some cannabis tourism entrepreneurs are putting on a brave face. The next largest source of international visitors to B.C. is the U.K., and fears are that country's economy may wobble, as it adjusts to being outside the European Union. ( As reported in the news.