Researchers in Israel found that medical cannabis therapy helped reduce pain and improve quality of life for most fibromyalgia patients.
The Nanaimo licensed cannabis producer says this move will provide patients in need with access to a local supply of “medical cannabis oral solutions”.
Revenue in the first quarter of 2019 shows a dramatic spike in Ontario.
The usage occurs most often during the first trimester.
Please, don’t actually put a skunk in your trunk.
The Canadian pharmacy chain announced a tech partnership at the World Cannabis Conference.
Researchers say Canada’s drug-impaired driving laws may be too harsh for cannabis consumers.
No bright colours, no appealing flavours, no sugar, no alcohol, no caffeine, no promotion, no health claims—but packages will get peel-away labels!
Choom Cannabis is applying to open a weed store located near the Creekside Community Recreation Centre.
Toronto is literally blocking its haters.
The Church Commissioners for England will consider investing in companies using cannabis for “proper medicinal purposes”.
The new restriction falls in line with RCMP and Department of National Defence guidelines, which were updated following cannabis legalization last year.
Following a B.C. Supreme Court order in December, one of the Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary locations closes its doors.
The organization intends to use funds to establish an "independent financial affordability program" for medical cannabis consumers.
This weekend, the industry mourned the passing of a longtime pioneer, advocate, and “real life superhero”.
More than 110 stakeholders signed up to have a say in future hemp laws.
Cannabis and hemp—the beer industry taps into new ingredients for brews set to hit the market after October.
Two B.C. companies team up in preparation for a new wave of cannabis products to hit the legal market.
Canadian cannabis consumers are opting for cash and debit over credit. It’s a smart move, privacy officials say.
NPA councillor Rebecca Bligh is pushing to make space for harm reduction programs and low-cost cannabis products to quell the city's overdose crisis.
He’ll be selling mini joints filled with a strain near and dear to Dead Heads.
Muse has been the sixth private retail outlet to receive a seal of approval by the city government.
The federal point man on legalization announced a swell in funding on Wednesday.
Professional sports associations, including the NFL, NHL, and UFC, investigate cannabis for player care.
The park remains fenced off to the public despite showing no major signs of damage.
When Vancouver was in the midst of an overdose crisis, a long-time critic of prohibition leaped into action.
The entrepreneurial sisters began working together at a very early age.
Her stores now see in excess of 400 customers a day each, where they once serviced an average of 100.
The Budmaster competition is open to employees from provincially licensed stores
The city's first Hobo Cannabis shops will be located on Granville Street and Main Street.