48North Cannabis Corp. has received its processing license for its Good & Green facility.
Field production of industrial hemp is getting lot of attention in Canada and the U.S., with some changes in the regulations for processing various parts of the plant.
When Organigram bought its second extraction system in 2017, it knew it wouldn’t be its last. The Moncton, N.B., LP plans to triple its cannabis kilos by 2020, and a big chunk of its sales will undoubtedly come from extract.
Invictus MD has provided an update on production and expansion plans at its Licensed Producers: Acreage Pharms Ltd., AB Laboratories Inc. and 0989561 B.C. Ltd. (Canandia).
Sustainable production is a growing trend across major industries. A number of licensed cannabis producers are taking on this challenge, making sustainability a core part of their company identity.
Cannabis producer Tilray Inc. has signed a deal to acquire Hemp Hearts-maker Manitoba Harvest for up to $419 million in cash and stock as the two companies look to launch CBD-infused products where permissible in the U.S.
Growing organic cannabis is becoming a differentiating factor for licensed producers that have a stake in the new yet increasingly competitive Canadian cannabis industry.
Mississauga, Ont.-based The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD) says it has made “significant progress” towards the completion of its two new operations in Valleyfield, Que., and Hamilton, Ont.
SMITHS FALLS, Ont. - Canopy Growth Corp. shares jumped Monday afternoon following news that the Ontario-based cannabis company has been granted a licence by New York state to process and produce hemp, a member of the cannabis plant family.
In Part I of this series, information was provided on carbon dioxide and its use. Many companies have come up with new technologies to use dissolved carbon dioxide.
Laval, Que.-based wellness company Neptune Wellness Solutions Inc. has received its license to process cannabis from Health Canada.
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the biggest challenge associated with the legalization of cannabis has been the supply shortage – but he expects it to disappear within a year.
The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD) reported its fourth quarter ended the year with a strong balance sheet and liquidity, including $263.5 million of cash and restricted cash, to continue to fund its facilities expansion and international growth.
Nanaimo, B.C.-based cannabis producer Tilray Inc. reported its fourth-quarter revenue surged by more than 200 per cent year-over year to US$15.5 million, but its net loss for the period also deepened.
Invictus has announced the appointment of Harbir Toor as its new chief financial officer on March 7, 2019.
The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD) has teamed up with Canadian cannabis company Valens GroWorks in a multi-year extraction services contract.
Aurora Cannabis has begun selling cannabis oils to German pharmacies following receipt of all necessary approvals from the Canadian and German regulatory authorities, the company stated in a release.
Edmonton, Alta.-based Aurora Cannabis has announced that it has appointed Nelson Peltz as a strategic advisor.
Aurora Cannabis has provided an update on its investment in consumer cannabis company Choom Holdings. 
Namaste Techonologies has entered the cannabis edibles market by acquiring 49 per cent of Calgary, Alta.-based chocolate manufacturer Choklat in a $1.5-million deal.
Cannabis producer Ascent Industries Corp. says an order granting the company creditor protection has been issued by the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Weekend Unlimited Inc. has added two new members to its executive team: Ese Roberts, director of operations, and Clint Pyatt, director of revenue generation.
Licensed medical and recreational cannabis producer CannTrust announced that it will list its common shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) starting Monday (Feb 25) under the ticker symbol "CTST."
The Grow Opportunity mission is to provide the highest quality business-to-business content to help Canadian licensed cannabis producers manage their business, and grow better.
Canada’s recent legalization of marijuana creates a conflict with a U.S. federal law that prohibits the export, import, sale or transportation of items deemed to be drug paraphernalia.
The Canadian Marijuana Index (CMI) tracks the leading cannabis stocks operating in Canada. Stock prices have gone up from $230.41 to $516.07 in a year (July 25, 2017 - July 25, 2018). The peak price climbed up to $1,045.40 on Jan. 9, 2018. With marijuana for recreational purpose now being legal, many investors, entrepreneurs and greenhouse growers see a number of business opportunities.  
As the cannabis industry continues to grow, more and more companies are relying on consultants to support and enhance their businesses. Cannabis is heavily regulated and navigating those requirements without reliable insight can be a real challenge.  
It’s official. Canada’s legal adult recreational cannabis marketplace is open for business. Opening day was marked with symbolic celebrations across the country as people lined up to buy their first legal recreational cannabis.
If you're reading this post, chances are you work in the cannabis industry or have a stake in it. Recently, United States authorities issued a reminder to visitors that marijuana is still a federally illegal substance and anyone working or investing in the cannabis industry could be refused entry to the U.S.
On Oct. 17th cannabis retail stores across Canada will open their doors for the first time to Canadian adults. The past few months have seen licensed producers pushing to exponentially increase their growing capacity to meet anticipated demand in both the recreational and medical cannabis markets.
A new report from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce predicted that sales of legal cannabis will hit $6.5 billion by 2020, surpassing even liquor sales in the country.  
Innovation distilled into its simplest meaning is creating new things. From fire pits and sharp stones to quantum computing and nuclear fusion, innovators create value for themselves and their users.
If there was one word to describe the Canadian cannabis industry in 2017, it would be explosive.
This past November, accounting giant Ernst & Young (EY) released a 12-page report focusing on the opportunities for Canadian licensed producers (LPs) of cannabis. Conversely, in that very same report, it noted that an uncertain operating landscape also exists, thus presenting enormous challenges for LPs.
Meaghan Seagrave – Executive Director of BioNBIf the past few years have shown us anything, it’s that there is tremendous opportunity for the biomass industry in Canada, specifically in Atlantic Canada. In thinking of Atlantic Canada, thoughts of our hospitality, friendliness, seafood, and bitterly cold winters might spring to mind. But, with these sweeping winds comes opportunity for growth in biomass-based industries, especially those that have been traditionally under-realized.
One can’t blame Canadian cannabis entrepreneurs and investors for feeling a bit motion sick from turbulence, while waiting to see where different layers of government will land on key policies. Unfortunately, you can’t completely blame Ottawa for the hurry up and wait antics. Canadians are simply experiencing legalization through a “parliamentary” process, rather than through an electoral ballot process, like in the U.S.

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