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Cannabis Delivery, Curbside Pickup Return to Parts of Ontario — But For How Long?

NEWS BRIEF Cannabis delivery, curbside pickup return to parts of Ontario — but for how long? Published 1 hour ago | By Solomon Israel

Article by Solomon Israel, Marijuana Business Daily Private-sector Ontario cannabis retailers might once again offer home delivery and curbside pickup during a monthlong pandemic lockdown in two heavily populated regions, but it remains unclear how long the government will continue allowing those services. “There’s a high possibility that this 28-day lockdown period will be extended … I think we’re certainly ...

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Cannabis Stores in Locked Down Toronto and Peel Region to Offer Delivery, Curb-Side Pick-Up

News Reviews Life Wellness Videos Cannabis Post Breadcrumb Trail Links NewsLegislationLegalizationExpertsBusiness Cannabis stores in locked down Toronto and Peel Region to offer delivery, curb-side pick-up It's unclear how long the new measures will last. Author of the article Angela Stelmakowich FILE: Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks to the media outside of his office in the Ontario Legislature in Toronto on Thursday Nov. 21, 2019. / PHOTO CHRIS YOUNG

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op At least two cannabis retailers wasted little time in assuring customers that they would be open for business — at least in terms of delivery and curb-side pick-up — in light of Ontario’s ordering a COVID-19 lockdown in parts of the province. Measures and restrictions, including business closures, have been implemented for Toronto and ...

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When are Cannabis Tours and Tasting Rooms Coming to Canada?

CanadaIndustry When are cannabis tours and tasting rooms coming to Canada? Coleman Molnar CanadaIndustry When are cannabis tours and tasting rooms coming to Canada? Coleman Molnar November 23, 2020 Image Test Sensory jars on display at Burb, Port Coquitlam. Bill Hawley/Leafly The move towards a farm-to-table system in Canada’s legal cannabis sector is gaining momentum. In Alberta, growers are joining those in B.C. and Ontario in pushing for the right to provide customers the opportunity to purchase and sample the product right where it’s grown. It’s not hard to imagine a future where people can tour farms and facilities, taste, and interact with cannabis the same way they already do with wine at wineries or beer at breweries. Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? Well, in Canada, it’s a future that may actually be possible. The future of farmgate Some provincial and national regulators are signalling they’re ready embrace the idea, but for many craft and microgrowers struggling to compete with the larger LPs, they can’t move quickly enough. “It’s hard for us when we have so much price compression in the market to really differentiate yourself from the hundreds of other cannabis producers out there,” says Kieley Beaudry, co-founder of Parkland Flower Inc., a microgrowers based outside of Edmonton. “The way the players in the craft wine industry have been able to differentiate themselves is through tourism. It’s through being able to create an experience and have people pay for that experience as opposed to just a product. I’d love to see it go that way.” RedeCan Grow Facility Niagara Jesse Milns/Leafly

Article by Coleman Molnar, Leafly The move towards a farm-to-table system in Canada’s legal cannabis sector is gaining momentum. In Alberta, growers are joining those in B.C. and Ontario in pushing for the right to provide customers the opportunity to purchase and sample the product right where it’s grown. It’s not hard to imagine a future where people can tour ...

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Plan For Street-Front Cannabis Store in St. Catharines a Shock For Neighbour

Calvin Poon has concerns over a planned cannabis store at 92 Pelham Rd. in St. Catharines, and about the way neighbours were informed. NIAGARA REGION Plan for street-front cannabis store in St. Catharines a shock for neighbour Gord Howard By Gord HowardStandard Reporter Sun., Nov. 22, 2020timer3 min. read updateArticle was updated 4 hrs ago A notice taped to a papered-over window in a closed-up coffee shop caught Calvin Poon’s eye recently. It told him a cannabis store is being planned 20 metres from his front door. “We’re pretty shocked,” said Poon, who lives on Pelham Road in St. Catharines. “It’s a residential area, right beside it there are houses, behind it there are houses.

Article by Gord Howard, St Catharines Standard A notice taped to a papered-over window in a closed-up coffee shop caught Calvin Poon’s eye recently. It told him a cannabis store is being planned 20 metres from his front door. “We’re pretty shocked,” said Poon, who lives on Pelham Road in St. Catharines. “It’s a residential area, right beside it there ...

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Ontario to Permit Cannabis Delivery, Curbside Pickup in Lockdown Regions

MARIJUANA 4h ago Ontario to permit cannabis delivery, curbside pickup in lockdown regions By David George-Cosh Columnist image David George-Cosh Reporter Follow|Archive Ontario will allow cannabis retailers to provide curbside pickup and delivery services in regions impacted by upcoming provincial lockdowns, the province's attorney general said Friday.

Article by David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg Ontario will allow cannabis retailers to provide curbside pickup and delivery services in regions impacted by upcoming provincial lockdowns, the province’s attorney general said Friday. Cannabis retailers were briefly allowed to provide delivery services in April during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that was rescinded three months later. However, with Toronto and Peel Regions ...

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Dispensaries Pivot As Regions In Ontario Start New Lockdown Orders

BUSINESS Dispensaries Pivot As Regions In Ontario Start New Lockdown Orders Debra BorchardtDebra Borchardt November 23, 2020 5min0 Covid 19Fire & FlowerHigh Tide Related Articles BUSINESS Cansortium Says Revenue Rose 94% In Third Quarter BUSINESS Jushi Plans $50 Million Expansion In Scranton, PA BUSINESS Harvest Health Settles With ICG The number of cases of COVID-19 has spiked in the province of Ontario causing new lockdown orders. It was reported that more than 1,400 new coronavirus cases had been recorded in Ontario on Friday. Toronto has been the hot zone for the latest outbreak as the city broke its record for new infections on Tuesday and has reported several hundred new cases each day this week.

Article by Debra Borchardt, Green Market Report The number of cases of COVID-19 has spiked in the province of Ontario causing new lockdown orders. It was reported that more than 1,400 new coronavirus cases had been recorded in Ontario on Friday. Toronto has been the hot zone for the latest outbreak as the city broke its record for new infections ...

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Cannabis Firm Liberty Health Settles Class Action Suit For $1.8 Million

Cannabis firm Liberty Health settles class action suit for $1.8 million

Article by Marijuana Business Daily Canada-based cannabis operator Liberty Health Sciences said it agreed to settle a 2019 securities fraud class action lawsuit for $1.8 million. The settlement is “made without any admission or finding of liability and is subject to court approval,” Liberty Health noted in a news release. Liberty Health is based in Toronto but has a vertically integrated ...

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Fire & Flower Restores E-Commerce & Delivery in Ontario To Safely Service Customers Following New Lockdown Orders

Fire & Flower Restores E-Commerce & Delivery in Ontario To Safely Service Customers Following New Lockdown Orders

Article by Cision Newswire Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (“FFHC”) (TSX: FAF) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Fire & Flower Inc. (“Fire & Flower” or the “Company”), is pleased to announce that its stores will once again offer free best-in-class home delivery and curbside pick-up to safely and responsibly service its customers during the newly-mandated Toronto and Peel region lockdown in the Province of Ontario. Beginning Monday, November ...

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Former WeedMD Worker, Two Others Accused of Insider Trading

Former WeedMD worker, two others accused of insider trading Dale Carruthers Dale Carruthers

Article by Dale Carruthers, St. Thomas Times-Journal A former employee at a Southwestern Ontario pot producer alerted a suspended mutual fund dealer about the company’s expansion plans before they were made public, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) alleges. Taylor Carr, a former production worker at WeedMD’s Aylmer operation, told Trevor Rosborough, a suspended mutual fund dealer, on Nov. 10, 2017, ...

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Canadian Cannabis Sales Increase 108% in September to C$256 Million

Canadian Cannabis Sales Increase 108% in September to C$256 Million

Article by New Cannabis Ventures Statistics Canada released September retail sales for the country this morning, with cannabis sales growth slowing sequentially off of a revised higher August level but accelerating annual growth to 108.5%. Sales of C$256.3 million grew 1.8% from August. Hifyre IQ had forecast sales of $261 million based upon its data.  The data analytics provider had estimated October growth to ...

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