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Vancouver, B.C.-based cannabis company Weekend Unlimited announced it is acquiring nearly 50 per cent of a retail cannabis store located in Nisku, Alta.
Aurora Cannabis, one of Canada’s largest cannabis producers, is ramping up efforts to become a major player in the emerging global cannabis market, seizing on Canada’s role in leading the…
Vancouver-based Harvest One cannabis company has acquired Israeli-based Phytotech Therpeutics Ltd. (PTL).
Narrowing down on best-practice methods and expanding reach – this was the focus at New Green Frontier, a cannabis investor conference held in Downtown Toronto on Monday.
Canadian cannabis company Invictus is acquiring Kelowna, B.C.-based vertically integrated cannabis company GTEC Holdings to form Western Canada’s largest indoor vertically integrated cannabis company.
Canopy Growth Corporation has teamed up with The Brink's Company subsidiary to provide secure logistics and cash management services for Canopy Growth's domestic and international cannabis operations.
Manitoba is expected to have two new cannabis retail locations in the province by Nov. 9.
Toronto-based cannabis company 48North Cannabis Corp. will acquire federally licensed organic cannabis company 2599708 Ontario Inc. (Good & Green).
EDMONTON - Edmonton, Alta.-based Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced on Thursday that the Polish Ministry of Health has granted the company approval for its first shipment of medical cannabis to Poland.
Moncton, N.B.-based cannabis producer Organigram is celebrating Canada’s first week of legalization.
VANCOUVER – Vancouver-based logistics company ParcelPal Technology Inc. will be launching into Saskatchewan within the coming weeks.
Following legalization day in Canada on Oct. 17, Ontario-based cannabis producer Up Cannabis says its sales are doing well.
VANCOUVER - Vancouver, B.C.-based cannabis company PUF Ventures Inc. announced that it has closed a $12.5-million first portion of $40 million Equity Participation and Earn-In Agreement with Toronto-based cannabis investment…
A large black market combined with supply shortages of legal marijuana will cut potential tax revenues by an estimated $800 million in the first year of legalization, according to a…
Canadian cannabis producer TerrAscend said on Tuesday that it will explore opportunities in the United States where it has identified acquisition prospects in states where cannabis has been legalized.

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