“Basically, I roll joints and talk to people about weed.”
It was just a matter of time before big tobacco caught green fever.
Physician-reported knowledge gaps in cannabis education isn’t a new concept.
Tickets for Chef Travis Petersen's special event taking place at a secret Vancouver location on Saturday (December 15) are available now.
The worst may be over for a Leamington, Ontario–based pot company after a short seller issued a report that drove down the stock.
The licensed cannabis producer calls the deal “the most significant acquisition to date.”
If passed, the province will have the highest minimum age in Canada.
RedeCan, a cultivation company already facing a product recall over mold, says it uses the tiny mites instead of pesticides to prevent spider-mite outbreaks.
The shoes are insane.
JAK’S Beer Wine Spirits develops weed retail concept called Muse.
Aphria CEO Vic Neufeld issued a statement today to try to assure investors about the propriety of a company takeover in Latin America.
Now that cannabis is fully legalized and regulated in Canada, there's an opportunity for dissatisfied consumers to pursue their claims in the courts.
A local police officer is concerned about parents who remain unaware of cannabis edible products.
"Behavioural insights show that some investors may be predisposed to seek out and buy into the latest, most popular investments—and may do so even if these investments don’t fit their long-term financial goals," the Ontario securities regulator noted.
Chemistry prof. Susan Murch hopes the partnership with Pacific Rim Brands will result in new products reaching consumers.
With cannabis fully legalized in Canada, researchers interested in the plant can finally undertake investigations that were previously beyond their reach, tangled in red tape.
The top product was dried flower or leaf, at 82 percent. However, this figure represents a six percent decline compared to last year’s 88 percent.
A Vancouver lawyer points out that some are predicting that this will continue to be an issue well into 2020.
Fraser Valley police have busted an illicit processing lab in Chilliwack.
There's an job opening for anyone who wants to be assistant manager of the B.C. government-owned pot store in Kamloops.
Emery is hawking black market pot leaf merchandise in a challenge to provincial authorities.
“Fuck the president.”
University of Toronto is banning all smoking on their campuses.
The OCS waited six days to tell affected customers.
The first golden rule when it comes to cannabis in cars is to avoid consuming while seated inside, full stop.
Postmedia Network Inc. canceled the deliveries in an effort to comply with Canada’s strict guidelines on cannabis advertising.
Tamara Duggan says the province's legal licensing process is arduous, but rewarding.
When a corporation's value on paper runs into the billions, it offers a fair amount of latitude to start taking over potential competitors.
The first installment of Peter Hlookoff's running commentary on Vancouver's war on drugs.
The province's legal cannabis supplier announces cuts to shipping rates and delivery times on all online orders.