Cannabis Companies Jockey for Share of Ontario’s Pot Shops

Cannabis companies jockey for share of Ontario's pot shops Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Doug Ford's government has yet to decide how many weed retail licences any one company can hold Mike Crawley · CBC News Seedlings are shown at an Aurora Cannabis grow facility. The company owns 25 per cent of retailer Alcanna and fears it could be shut out of the Ontario retail pot market by the terms of legislation currently being considered at Queen's Park. (Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press)

Article by Mike Crawley, CBC News A battle is brewing over how Premier Doug Ford’s government will divvy up the private sector’s share of Ontario’s retail cannabis market. Legislation that would allow companies to operate pot shops in Canada’s largest province is now under scrutiny at Queen’s Park and businesses are trying to influence key details of the bill. Once crucial aspect of ...

Read More »

Toronto Incumbent Mayor John Tory Says City Preparing For Cannabis Legalization

Toronto incumbent mayor John Tory says city preparing for cannabis legalization By Alana MacLeod Web Writer Global News

Article by Alana MacLeod, Global News With cannabis legalization just days away, incumbent Toronto mayor John Tory says he’s preparing City officials and police officers for any issues that may arise. In a press release sent out Sunday, Tory said he wrote a letter to Ontario Attorney General Caroline Mulroney, outlining the City’s plans. “While I support cannabis legalization, that support — as mayor of ...

Read More »

Aphria Destroys Batch Of Cannabis Due To Lack of Qualified Workers

Aphria destroys batch of marijuana due to lack of qualified workers

Article by CTV Windsor  A Leamington company in the red-hot pot industry destroyed a batch of weed because it couldn’t find enough skilled production workers in time. Producer Aphria Inc. said it disposed of 13,642 plants after “a lack of qualified local labour” for greenhouse jobs slowed harvesting. It means that one week’s crop rotation outgrew maximum quality. Investors didn’t seem ...

Read More »

Where To Party Like It’s 4/20 On 10/17

Where to party like it's 4/20 on 10/17 Jenny Yuen

Article by Jenny Yuen, Toronto Sun Toronto will be up in smoke come Oct. 17 when the Cannabis Act comes into power. The city will become party central that night with big bashes including  “Canada’s Largest Legalization Party” hosted by the Cannabis Society and Fireside Cannabis at the Love Child Social House, 69 Bathurst St. More than 600 Toronto representatives ...

Read More »

A Sneak Peek Inside the Ontario Cannabis Store Website

A sneak peek inside the Ontario Cannabis Store website BY RICHARD SOUTHERN, SHAUNA HUNT AND NEWS STAFF A look at the homepage for the upcoming Ontario Cannabis Store website as viewed on desktop. Image Credit: OCS

Article by Richard Southern and Shauna Hunt, CityNews It’s the final countdown until the legalization of marijuana across Canada and to show off their preparedness, the provincial government gave the media a sneak peek at the official Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) website where weed will be sold starting Oct. 17. When the website goes live at 12:01 a.m., customers will ...

Read More »

Toronto Pays Highest Marijuana Prices as Costs Spike in Ontario, Fall in B.C.

Toronto pays highest marijuana prices as costs spike in Ontario, fall in B.C. Briefing highlights Cross-Canada cannabis prices A Trump-Haley scene I’d love to see Markets at a glance Ottawa shuts door on deal with SNC GFL in $3.65-billion deal

Article by Michael Babad, Globe and Mail They say the grass is always greener on the other side. But it’s not always cheaper, particularly if you live in Ontario and Quebec. . The latest findings from Statistics Canada show some interesting price dynamics with legal marijuana just a week away. . According to the agency’s crowdsourcing data, average prices for ...

Read More »

What the Heck is Going on in Quebec?


Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network What the heck is going on in Quebec? Just a couple weeks ago, Quebec was tied with Alberta for the lowest legal age to buy cannabis in Canada at 18 years old, compared to all the other provinces and territories that went with 19. But Quebec has now pulled a 180, going in ...

Read More »

Walmart Canada Mulling Sale of Cannabis Products

Walmart Canada mulling sale of cannabis products REUTERS

Article by Reuters Walmart Inc.’s Canadian unit said on Tuesday it is exploring the possibility of selling cannabis-based products, but has no immediate plans to get into the business. The company’s shares rose nearly 3 per cent to US$97.48 in afternoon trading. Walmart is the first major retailer to show an interest in being a part of Canada’s burgeoning marijuana ...

Read More »

Powered by Dragonballsuper Youtube Download animeshow