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The Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released its report, Supporting Ontario’s Budding Cannabis Industry on Thursday outlining Ontario’s competitive advantage and how to capitalize on Canada’s first-mover status in this…
The Quebec Cannabis Industry Association (QCIA) officially launched on Tuesday.
DENVER, Colo. - The Grow-Off cannabis growing competition announced its international expansion on Friday.
Statistics Canada says the average cost of a gram of dried cannabis has gone up by more than 17 per cent since legalization, with consumers in New Brunswick and Manitoba…
Aurora Cannabis and Aphria Inc. say they were among the three companies selected by the German government to cultivate and distribute medical cannabis in the European country.
Ontario's first brick-and-mortar cannabis stores are set to open today, but it's unclear just how many will be ready to serve customers.
VANCOUVER – The personal health information of about 34,000 medical marijuana patients was accessed in a data breach of an electronic medical record system used by Sunniva Inc.'s subsidiary Natural…
From the classic pot brownie to cannabis-infused cotton candy, there is no shortage of options for edibles at an illicit dispensary in downtown Toronto.
Weekend Unlimited Inc., has won the lottery for the trading symbol POT in the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE).
GATINEAU, Quebec - Canadian licensed cannabis company HEXO Corp has announced that it has filed an application to list its common shares on the NYSE American.
"We've never done this before, and while we can draw a lot of inferences, there's a lot that's unique," said John Kagia, vice-president of industry analytics at cannabis analytics company…
Everyone in the industry had fair warning that promoting cannabis products, services and accessories was going to be exceptionally difficult from a regulatory perspective. When the Cannabis Act was first…
TerrAscend Corp. announced on Thursday the appointment of Matthew J. Johnson as president of TerrAscend Corporation and TerrAscend USA, effective immediately.
Canada’s recreational market is getting new powder and sugar products from Oakville, Ont.-based cannabis company Beleave.
Novato, Calif.-based Tech startup Trym unveiled the first farm management software platform created specifically for cannabis cultivation on Wednesday.
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