One of Canada’s biggest cannabis producers has joined forces with a Canadian entertainment powerhouse.
Vancouver lawyer Sarah Leamon questions the morality of the province's determination to crush medicinal cannabis dispensaries.
Unfortunately, consumers won’t be able to purchase these products right away.
Shares of Aphria were up more than 13 percent in the first two hours of trading this morning.
While overlapping federal, provincial, and municipal regulations have been criticized as Prohibition 2.0, there's also been a decline in the stigma around weed.
Constellation recently reported a US$484-million loss on its investment in the Ontario-based weed company.
Over 500 cannabis plants were seized.
Those with foresight know that if Canadian flowers are to compete on the world stage, they need to compete on quality—because our neighbours to the south will most certainly outstrip us in terms of production quantity and, hence, price point.
This directive has been issued just over a month before cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals will become legal in Canada.
Nic Easley, CEO of Comprehensive Cannabis Consulting, says investors need to choose wisely when investing in weed.
The chief of the California Bureau of Cannabis Control, Lori Ajax, tells the Straight there are always going to be tough challenges.
The self-described conscious capitalist will soon be in Vancouver to speak at the International Cannabis Business Conference.