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Why Patent Cannabis? For Markets, Mostly.

Why Patent Cannabis? For Markets, Mostly. Chris Roberts Chris RobertsContributor Vices I cover cannabis capitalism: legalization’s winners, losers, scammers and suckers. WRAY, CO. - October 08: Robert Werner pruning plants in their vegetative state at an inside grow in ... [+] DENVER POST VIA GETTY IMAGES

Article by Chris Roberts, Forbes On May 20, Charlotte’s Web, the Colorado-based CBD giant and arguably one of the biggest names in legal cannabis, announced that the company was awarded its second federal patent on a cannabis plant. Unlike the company’s 2018 plant patent on a Farm Bill-compliant high-CBD hemp cultivar—which was the first hemp strain to receive federal intellectual property protection—US Patent No. ...

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Cannabis Canada: Pot Production Accounts For $2.3B in Farm Receipts, StatsCan Says

MARIJUANA 14h ago Cannabis Canada: Pot production accounts for $2.3B in farm receipts, StatsCan says BNN Bloomberg Flowering marijuana plants are pictured during a tour of Tweed in Smiths Falls, Ontario on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016. , The Canadian Press/Sean Kilpatrick Pot becoming a major agricultural product in Canada, latest farm cash receipts show

Article by BNN Bloomberg Pot becoming a major agricultural product in Canada, latest farm cash receipts show   Cannabis is now a major cash crop in Canada. Statistics Canada said that cannabis accounted for about $2.3 billion in farm cash receipts in 2019, up from $564 million the prior year. Cannabis farm receipts are now about one-quarter of what farmers receive for canola, the ...

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Toronto-Area OPP Seize Over 100 Kilos of Cannabis

Toronto-area OPP seize over 100 kilos of pot Kevin Connor York Regional Police seize $500,000 in cannabis on Monday.SUPPLIED / York Regional Police On Monday morning, the Ontario Provincial Police made a traffic stop in Toronto and seized over 100 kilos of cannabis. Xue Zoe, 31, from Markham, is charged with driving with a handheld communication device, drive a vehicle with cannabis readily available, possession for the purpose of distributing, possession of proceeds obtained by crime over $5,000, and possession of illicit cannabis.

Article by Kevin Connor, Ottawa Sun On Monday morning, the Ontario Provincial Police made a traffic stop in Toronto and seized over 100 kilos of cannabis. The traffic stop for a highway traffic act violation on Hwy. 401 near Avenue Rd. resulted in the driver being arrested and charged with multiple drug offences. Approximately 105 kilos of cannabis was seized along ...

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Home Grows Have Taken on an Entirely Different Meaning for Cannabis Companies and Enthusiasts During the Pandemic

NEWS Home grows have taken on an entirely different meaning for cannabis companies and enthusiasts during the pandemic "It’s sort of cheating… we have got all the toys already" By Anisha Dhiman Home grow box unit at co-founder Roger Jiang’s place. “He put in a few plants alongside the cannabis plant in the middle. The rest include chili pepper, eggplant, peach, and pansy. Looks like a plant party so we called it ‘violating the social distancing rule’,” says Qin. Automated home grow box by Mary Agrotechnologies Inc aims to simplify growing cannabis indoors. Photo provided Not all are panic planters like Dianna Donnelly who has had a vegetable garden for the past seven years. “In total, I have about 15 different tomato plants, four tomatillos, six jalapenos, and 50 marigolds (one of my dad’s favourites),” she says. Photo provided Jonathan Hirsh alongside his cannabis and vegetable patch. “I am using old cannabis growing supplies to grow even more vegetables,” he says. Photo provided

Article by Anisha Dhiman, Growth Op On a work trip to China in late January, Frank Qin noticed something that would later influence the way he does business in the face of a pandemic. “There were areas in China where there was a complete lockdown. People could step outside their homes only so many times a week, so some started ...

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Enough With the Criticism. Canada’s Cannabis Legalization is Providing a Roadmap to the World

NEWS Enough with the criticism. Canada's cannabis legalization is providing a roadmap to the world Much has been written about Canada’s missteps in the nascent days of legalization, while overlooking the fact that we are setting a pace and blazing a trail By Sam Riches Aurora Cannabis edibles at a store in Ottawa. David Kawai/Bloomberg files

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op Another week, another story about the missteps of the Canadian cannabis industry. Following in the Guardian’s footsteps from last month, The Motley Fool has published a story titled, “Here’s How Canada Blew its Chance to be a Cannabis Leader.” It follows a well-trodden path. The main stumbles? A tightly regulated government framework that focuses on minimizing ...

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This New Website Allows Stoners to Talk Weed, Ideas and Business All at a Safe Social Distance

NEWS This new website allows stoners to talk weed, ideas and business all at a safe social distance 'Being in lockdown made it obvious that people feel stuck. They want to keep making new friends, having spontaneous conversations, and most importantly — get high together,' notes the creator of a new video networking site that allows weed lovers to connect By Angela Stelmakowich Site for video networking allows weed lovers to connect while responsibly social distancing / Photo: Natalia Shabasheva / iStock / Getty Images Plus

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op Is the pandemic’s energy-sapping, soul-sucking isolation getting you down? Are you craving interaction with like-minded, cannabis-loving types to discuss everything from getting high to possible business ventures? Then, this might be just what the doctor ordered. A new website, get.hirightnow.com, has created a video networking community for weed lovers that has already attracted hundreds of ...

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Cannabis Growing Facilities Up For Sale Across B.C.

NEWS Cannabis growing facilities up for sale across B.C. At least a dozen mid-sized cannabis companies have recently filed for bankruptcy, and industry leaders say there are many more to come. By Randy Shore

Article by Randy Shore, Growth Op Large cannabis growing facilities are up for sale in communities across the province as the industry comes to grips with slower-than-expected sales of government-sanctioned cannabis products. An 18,000-sq.-ft. cannabis cultivation and processing facility is for sale in the Village of Lumby after its owner True Leaf Brands entered bankruptcy proceedings. The asking price for ...

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Calgary Charges Retailer for Illegally Selling Cannabis Seeds

CANNABIS BUSINESS City charges retailer for illegally selling cannabis seeds By Bill Kaufmann A retailer in the calgary has been shut down for allegedly selling cannabis seeds without a licence. Philippe Lopez/AFP via Getty Images City officials have busted a Calgary retailer for allegedly illicitly selling cannabis seeds.

Article by Bill Kaufmann, Growth Op City officials have busted a Calgary retailer for allegedly illicitly selling cannabis seeds. Responding to a tip from the public earlier this month that a store in the city’s southwest was operating as a dispensary and selling cannabis seeds without proper permits, city business licensing officials began an investigation, says a city press release. ...

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Orillia Cannabis Connoisseurs May Have Pick of Pot Shops

Orillia cannabis connoisseurs may have pick of pot shops Three applications before Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario NEWS 02:00 PM by Frank Matys Orillia Today The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario currently has three applications for cannabis retail shops in Orillia. - Frank Matys/Torstar Applications are underway for three cannabis stores in Orillia – including two on the city’s historic main street.

Article by Frank Matys, Orillia Today Applications are underway for three cannabis stores in Orillia – including two on the city’s historic main street. Miss Jones Cannabis Co. and Happy Dayz Orillia have applications before the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for locations at 81 Mississaga St. E. and 69 Mississaga St. E. respectively. Sessions Cannabis has applied to ...

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Tilray Shutters Ontario Greenhouse Purchased for $35 Million in 2019

Tilray Shutters Ontario Greenhouse Purchased for $35 Million in 2019 Tilray® Announces Optimization Plan for Adult-Use Facilities in Canada Company to close High Park Gardens, licensed cannabis greenhouse located in Leamington, Ontario Facility closure expected to yield $7.5 million in annualized net savings as part of global cost-efficiency and restructuring measures to achieve profitability and grow revenues High Park Farms and High Park London remain core to Company’s growth strategy in the adult-use market in Canada

Article by NCV Newswire Tilray® Announces Optimization Plan for Adult-Use Facilities in Canada Company to close High Park Gardens, licensed cannabis greenhouse located in Leamington, Ontario Facility closure expected to yield $7.5 million in annualized net savings as part of global cost-efficiency and restructuring measures to achieve profitability and grow revenues High Park Farms and High Park London remain core ...

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