The Ontario government will reportedly allow private stores to sell marijuana once recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17.
Calgary-based Westleaf Cannabis Inc. made the announcement Tuesday morning after the Thunderchild First Nation invested $8-million in the company.
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One of Colorado’s largest recreational pot companies is planning to bring Willie Nelson’s marijuana brand to Canada and go public in Toronto, according to people familiar with the matter.
A spokesperson for the medical marijuana advocacy group “Patients Lives Matter” told reporters in Ottawa Tuesday that after the passage of Bill C-45 will cause more cannabis users to be arrested than ever occurred under the Stephen Harper administration.
Scientists in a small Ontario laboratory are testing enzymes and experimenting with fermentation. Their techniques are not new, but their focus is a first. They are developing what is being described as the world’s first beer brewed from cannabis.
Recreational cannabis is coming to the Northwest Territories, and a new stock offering by one of the companies selling pot is shedding light on the kinds of brands you can expect to see on the shelves.
West Vancouver has become the latest municipality in Metro Vancouver to ban all cannabis retail and production facilities within its boundaries.
Sun Life Financial, Canada’s No. 2 insurer, recently started covering medical marijuana in its Canadian health insurance plan – more than 17 years after the country first legalized it.
Canada’s cannabis industry is quickly going corporate, but U.S. border agents are reportedly issuing travel bans to anyone involved, regardless of whether they’re wearing a Grateful Dead T-shirt, a lab coat, or a suit.