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Many People Are Using Weed to Cope With This Common Emotional State

World NewsWellnessNewsHealthCBD Many people are using weed to cope with this common emotional state The survey shows 37 per cent of respondents turned to CBD to cope with burnout and 39 per cent turned to cannabis to do the same. Author of the article:Maria Loreto • The Fresh Toast Almost one three of respondents who didn’t use cannabis considered giving weed a shot to cope with stress and exhaustion. / PHOTO BY AHPHOTOSWPG / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS It’s barely 2021 and already people are comparing its stress levels to 2020, which was filled with a record number of stressors. But if a recent survey is any sort of pulse check, there may be a source of relief: cannabis.

Article by Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toastvia Growth Op It’s barely 2021 and already people are comparing its stress levels to 2020, which was filled with a record number of stressors. But if a recent survey is any sort of pulse check, there may be a source of relief: cannabis. Compiled by cannabis company Verilife, the survey acquired data by looking into ...

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Fire & Flower Expands Free Same-Day Delivery Across Its Ontario Network

Fire & Flower Expands Free Same-Day Delivery Across Its Ontario Network

Article by Cision Newswire With the extension of lockdown orders in Ontario, Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (“FFHC”) (TSX: FAF)  is pleased to announce that it has mobilized its network of stores to expand its free, best-in-class, same-day delivery across Ontario with a delivery radius from North Bay south to Toronto and from London east to Ottawa. Recent acquistions and openings in the province, including the Friendly Stranger, Happy Dayz, and HotBox ...

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Nextleaf Solutions Receives a CBD Extraction Patent From the Canadian Intellectual Property Office

Nextleaf Solutions receives a CBD extraction patent from the Canadian intellectual property office Nextleaf said its cannabinoid (CBD) extraction intellectual property presents an entry point for pharmaceutical firms looking to manufacture CBD prodrugs NEXTLEAF SOLUTIONS Ltd. - Nextleaf Solutions says it now owns the second-largest patent portfolio among all cannabis companies

Article by Sean Mason, Proactive Nextleaf Solutions Ltd (CSE:OILS) (OTCMKTS:OILFF) reported that it has been granted a patent for the acetylation of cannabinoids (CBD), as well as the subsequent refinement of CBD-O-Acetate using a proprietary extraction and distillation technique, from the Canadian intellectual property office. Nextleaf noted that it now owns 12 US patents and 70 patents globally for the extraction, ...

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Former Energizer Factory to be Turned Into a Licensed Cannabis Growing Facility

NewsLocal News Former Energizer factory to be turned into a licensed cannabis growing facility Author of the article: Keith Dempsey Walkerton’s former Energizer factory, which has remained vacant for more than three years, will soon be budding with business and local employment. That business is a licensed cannabis growing facility. In October of 2020, Brockton council approved the rezoning for the former Energizer plant, located at 165 Kincardine Highway, in Walkerton.

Article by Keith Dempsey, The Post Walkerton’s former Energizer factory, which has remained vacant for more than three years, will soon be budding with business and local employment. That business is a licensed cannabis growing facility. In October of 2020, Brockton council approved the rezoning for the former Energizer plant, located at 165 Kincardine Highway, in Walkerton. A second planning ...

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Rights Were Violated during Sault-Area Arrest, Judge Rules, But Drug Evidence Can Still Be Used in Court

NORTHERN ONTARIO | News Rights were violated during Sault-area arrest, judge rules, but drug evidence can still be used in court Darren MacDonald CTV News Northern Ontario Darren MacDonald CTV News Northern Ontario Digital Content Producer Despite ruling that a search of a suspect's vehicle wasn't warranted, an Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled that evidence from the search – illegal drugs – is still admissible. (File)

Article by Darren MacDonald, CTV News Despite ruling that a search of a suspect’s vehicle wasn’t warranted, an Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled that evidence from the search – illegal drugs – is still admissible. The case dates back to October 2018, when Algoma Ontario Provincial Police using a radar gun clocked a driver travelling 120 km/r in a ...

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New Application For Licensed Cannabis Retail Store in Walkerton

NewsLocal News New application for licensed cannabis retail store in Walkerton Author of the article: Keith Dempsey There is now a new application from a different applicant for a licensed brick and mortar cannabis retail store at 206 Durham St., Walkerton. The store name is listed as Sessions Cannabis on the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario website.

Article by Keith Dempsey, Goderich Signal-Star There is now a new application from a different applicant for a licensed brick and mortar cannabis retail store at 206 Durham St., Walkerton. The store name is listed as Sessions Cannabis on the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario website. Previously, an application for Cannabis Legend at the same address was in process. ...

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Ontario Cannabis Stores Can Still Offer Pickup, Delivery During Lockdown

NEWS BRIEF Ontario cannabis stores can still offer pickup, delivery during lockdown Published 20 mins ago Brick-and-mortar cannabis stores in Canada’s largest recreational marijuana market are still permitted to offer home delivery and curbside pickup during a government stay-at-home order, although their operating hours have been restricted and construction of new stores must be halted. The stay-at-home order was enacted Thursday in light of rising COVID-19 cases in Ontario and will last at least 28 days.

Article by Marijuana Business Daily Brick-and-mortar cannabis stores in Canada’s largest recreational marijuana market are still permitted to offer home delivery and curbside pickup during a government stay-at-home order, although their operating hours have been restricted and construction of new stores must be halted. The stay-at-home order was enacted Thursday in light of rising COVID-19 cases in Ontario and will last at ...

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1-Gram Cannabis Flower Sales Fell in 2020 Amid Pandemic, But Don’t Write Off The Small Packet

1-gram cannabis flower sales fell in 2020 amid pandemic, but don’t write off the small packet Published 7 hours ago | By Solomon Israel Sales of 1-gram cannabis flower packages tumbled in multiple North American marijuana markets last year, likely related to consumers who shopped less often because of the COVID-19 pandemic but made larger purchases when visiting a dispensary.

Article by Solomon Israel, Marijuana Business Daily Sales of 1-gram cannabis flower packages tumbled in multiple North American marijuana markets last year, likely related to consumers who shopped less often because of the COVID-19 pandemic but made larger purchases when visiting a dispensary. The shift away from 1-gram packages offers implications for both retailers and producers trying to keep up ...

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Four Cannabis Executives Listed in Annual Report of Canada’s Top-Paid CEOs

News Reviews Life Wellness Videos Cannabis Post Breadcrumb Trail Links NewsLegalization Four cannabis executives listed in annual report of Canada’s top-paid CEOs Aphria’s Irwin D. Simon was the top-earning cannabis CEO with more than $18 million in total compensation. Author of the article:Sam Riches Bruce Linton was the third highest-earning cannabis executive in 2019. / PHOTO BY DARREN BROWN /Ottawa Citizen The latest report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA), titled The Golden Cushion, lists Canada’s top-paid CEOs in 2019. On average, the top-100 CEOs made 202 times what the average Canadian worker earned.

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op The latest report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA), titled The Golden Cushion, lists Canada’s top-paid CEOs in 2019. On average, the top-100 CEOs made 202 times what the average Canadian worker earned. According to the report, the top-earning cannabis CEO in 2019 was Aphria’s Irwin D. Simon, who received more than $18 ...

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