Yesterday, the big winner was Aurora Cannabis, which jumped 16.86 percent on news it was in discussions with Coca-Cola about CBD-infused beverages.
It's been said that "things go better with Coke", but truck drivers won't be delivering cannabis-infused colas to Canadian retailers anytime soon.
Adolfo Gonzalez also demolished a widespread myth that there are never side effects from CBD capsules, which are used to treat pain and inflammation.
One of the speakers will be Sarah Blyth, who will talk about the role of cannabis in addressing the opioid crisis.
Canopy Growth Corp. was up 7.4 percent to close at $61.52, enabling it to supplant Tilray as Canada's most valuable company in this sector.
The executive director of the award-winning Overdose Prevention Society, Sarah Blyth, called the VPD's action "totally disgusting".
Nanaimo-based Tilray bucked the industry trend and is now the most valuable publicly traded cannabis company in North America.
Thomas McLennan says his property should be assessed at a lower value because of nuisance from the pot facility.
Everywhere else, you hit the bong. In Canada, the bong hits you.
The L.A.-based comedian and talk show host is bringing her activism north of the border just in time for cannabis legalization