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Marijuana foe complains to Health Canada about Terry Lake.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan says the province is considering standalone stores as its method for dealing with the sale of marijuana.
Aurora Sky, the 800,000-square-foot marijuana production facility near Edmonton International Airport, has had about 80 per cent of its glass greenhouses erected, with six of their 17 planned growing bays completed.
The man tasked with leading the drug’s legalization in Canada said “in order to defeat organized crime on this thing, we have to be able to be competitive with price and quality and access.”
Canadore College teams up with Weston Sagle to develop a product to dry, or ‘cure’ marijuana leaves
Under new federal rules, landlords don’t have the right to know a tenant is growing marijuana in their home.
Quebec’s Public Health Minister Lucie Charlebois kicks off a tour of the province Tuesday to gather input on how her government should regulate marijuana use when it becomes legalized next year.