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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were briefly allowed to provide delivery services in April during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that was rescinded three months later.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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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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OPP Search Warrant Leads to Seizure of $80 Million Dollars Worth of Cannabis in Leamington Ont.

Windsor OPP search warrant leads to seizure of $80 million dollars worth of cannabis in Leamington Ont. Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn OPP say they're cracking down on illegal grow operations CBC · According to police, over 75,000 cannabis plants and over 5,300 pounds of processed cannabis were seized. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seized over $80 million dollars worth of cannabis from a greenhouse operation in Leamington Ont.

Article by CBC News Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seized over $80 million dollars worth of cannabis from a greenhouse operation in Leamington Ont. Officers from the provincial joint force cannabis enforcement team (PJFCET) attended a Mersea Road location on Wednesday to execute a Cannabis Act Search warrant. According to police, over 75,000 cannabis plants and over 5,300 pounds of processed cannabis ...

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Canada’s Cannabis Industry Has Many Problems, the Biggest of Them All is That It’s a Cash-Burning Machine

NewsLegislationLegalizationInvestingExpertsBusiness Canada’s cannabis industry has many problems, the biggest of them all is that it’s a cash-burning machine The industry has not followed the classic boom and bust cycle, because the “tail” of the bust, which began in March last year, threatens to extend abnormally. Author of the article:Chris Damas Although cannabis licensed producers (LP’s) and even provincial cannabis boards repeat the mantra that more supply and lower pricing is required to drive out the black market, why are big LPs so intent on growing more cannabis and producing more derivatives? PHOTO BY JOSEP LAGO/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES Article Sidebar Share TRENDING Injecting new life into your dried-out, baffed-out bud. What can a cannabis lover do to freshen up that stash? with Video MMA legend Frank Shamrock used cannabis 'on a daily basis' throughout his career. So, why has he stopped now? Ganja and replica gun among several items seized at 18-year-old’s home WeedMD is unlike most pot producers in Canada with Video The police sawed through a front door to seize 'half a joint' from a parent feeding their three-year-old Article content The cannabis industry began planning for a large recreational market when the Trudeau government made legalization a campaign promise in 2015. On October 16, 2018, the day before recreational cannabis use became legal, there were 129 medical cannabis sales and cultivation licenses given out by Health Canada.

Article by Chris Damas, Growth Op The cannabis industry began planning for a large recreational market when the Trudeau government made legalization a campaign promise in 2015. On October 16, 2018, the day before recreational cannabis use became legal, there were 129 medical cannabis sales and cultivation licenses given out by Health Canada. Two years later, the cannabis industry has ...

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WeedMD Grower Leaked Details on Production Expansion, Ontario Securities Commission Says

WeedMD grower leaked details on production expansion, Ontario Securities Commission says GREG MCARTHURSECURITIES REGULATION REPORTER

Article by Greg McArthur, Globe and Mail A former master grower for cannabis grower WeedMD Inc. tipped off an investment adviser with inside information about a major production expansion two weeks before the deal was announced, the Ontario Securities Commission has alleged. . Taylor Carr, a former production official for the Aylmer, Ont.-based company, allegedly told Trevor Rosborough some time ...

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Local Migrant Farm Workers Caught Up in Big Cannabis Bust

Local News Local migrant farm workers caught up in big pot bust Author of the article:Doug Schmidt • Windsor Star Diego, a temporary farm worker from Guatemala, is shown outside the UFCW's agricultural workers support centre in Leamington on Nov. 5, 2020. Not his real name, Diego was one of 17 farm workers arrested and charged during a series of OPP raids against illegal cannabis grow-ops on Sept. 15, 2020, near Picton, Prince Edward County. PHOTO BY DOUG SCHMIDT /Windsor Star

Article by Doug Schmidt, Windsor Star Security at the large Prince Edward County farm where Diego lived and worked, helping with the growing of thousands of cannabis plants, was largely the responsibility of a single dog. On Sept. 15, on the eve of this year’s pot harvest, the dog began barking at about 5 a.m., waking Diego and his five ...

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Saskatchewan Woman Says Use Cannabis to Help Her Addiction Not Accepted

Saskatchewan woman says use cannabis to help her addiction not accepted Stephanie Taylor Shelby Curtis smokes a joint at her home in Regina on Thursday Nov. 12, 2020. Curtis says she uses marijuana to help her cope with anxiety and depression. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michael Bell REGINA — For Shelby Curtis, keeping away from hard drugs starts with quieting her thoughts. The 26-year-old got a prescription to use cannabis medicinally earlier this year while in recovery and living in Regina's Raising Hope housing program for new mothers facing issues such as substance abuse.

Article by Stephanie Taylor, Toronto Star For Shelby Curtis, keeping away from hard drugs starts with quieting her thoughts. The 26-year-old got a prescription to use cannabis medicinally earlier this year while in recovery and living in Regina’s Raising Hope housing program for new mothers facing issues such as substance abuse. She uses THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, to ...

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Cannabis Oil Sold in B.C. Recalled Over Incorrect Use Instructions on Packaging

VANCOUVER | News Cannabis oil sold in B.C. recalled over incorrect use instructions on packaging Alyse Kotyk Alyse Kotyk Reporter, CTVNewsVancouver.ca Cannabis plants are seen at a facility on Feb. 20, 2019 in Sainte-Eustache, Que. (Ryan Remiorz )

Article by Alyse Kotyk, CTV News A batch of cannabis oil sold in B.C. has been recalled by Health Canada after the package’s instructions on how to use the product were incorrect. Health Canada says the recall involves nine lots from Voyage Cannabis Corp.’s PureFarma and PuraVida oils. They were sold through provincially authorized retailers in B.C., the health agency ...

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MediPharm CFO Resigns Days Before 88% Revenue Plunge

NEWS BRIEF MediPharm CFO resigns days before 88% revenue plunge Published 14 hours ago | By Matt Lamers (This story has been updated with details about the CFO’s departure.) MediPharm Labs Corp. reported third-quarter revenue of 4.9 million Canadian dollars ($3.8 million), 88% lower than the CA$43.4 million the Barrie, Ontario, company booked in the same period last year. Revenue for the quarter ended Sept. 30 was 64% lower than the previous three-month period.

Article by Matt Lamers, Marijuana Business Daily MediPharm Labs Corp. reported third-quarter revenue of 4.9 million Canadian dollars ($3.8 million), 88% lower than the CA$43.4 million the Barrie, Ontario, company booked in the same period last year. Revenue for the quarter ended Sept. 30 was 64% lower than the previous three-month period. The quarterly results come days after the unexpected ...

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Canada Has Two Systems For Cannabis Use, But They’re at Risk of Blending Into One

MedicalHealthExpertsCultureCommunities Canada has two systems for cannabis use, but they’re at risk of blending into one A gap between recreational convenience and medical accessibility is shaping the way how some Canadian medical cannabis patients obtain care Author of the article:Helen Stevenson When people consume recreational cannabis for medical needs, they likely aren’t effectively optimizing cannabinoid-based medicines to treat their illnesses. PHOTO BY ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS The Canadian Cannabis Survey, conducted by Health Canada in 2019, found that 73 per cent of people using cannabis for medical purposes did not obtain a medical document from a healthcare practitioner. PHOTO BY GETTY IMAGES

Article by Helen Stevenson, Growth Op Canada’s medical cannabis system effectively prioritizes safety and transparency. But from the patient perspective, the experience is not ideal. People with a medical concern that could potentially be helped by cannabis must go through a multi-step process. It begins with talking to their healthcare practitioner; however, only a small percentage of Canadian physicians have ...

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