HEXO Reveals Illegal Cannabis Growing Amid Licensing Issues

HEXO Reveals Illegal Cannabis Growing Amid Licensing Issues Danielle Edwards - November 18th, 2019 a marijuana plant in soil The Quebec-based company said a section of one of its cannabis facilities in Niagara, Ontario, was found to be inadequately licensed. Cannabis firm HEXO (NYSE:HEXO,TSX:HEXO) is coming forward with the revelation that it illegally grew cannabis in an unlicensed room in July.

Article by Danielle Edwards, Investing News Cannabis firm HEXO (NYSE:HEXO,TSX:HEXO) is coming forward with the revelation that it illegally grew cannabis in an unlicensed room in July. After the markets closed on Friday (November 15), the Quebec-based cannabis producer informed investors that a section of one of its production facilities in Niagara, Ontario, was found to be inadequately licensed. This facility belongs to ...

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Canada’s Cannabis Engine Struggles to Climb Up Regulation Hill

Canada’s Cannabis Engine Struggles to Climb Up Regulation Hill After launching with much fanfare, the Canadian cannabis industry has found itself crumbling under mounting debt as a result of much red tape. The industry is also thirsty for skilled workers, with a recently opened college program attempting to meet that need Tzally Greenberg09:3414.11.19 TAGS:CannabisCanadaMedicalRecreationLegalizationChoomNiagara College Yezreel Valley College Darren Sarniak, Stevens Green's head grower. Photo: Tzally Greenberg

Article by Tzally Greenberg, CTech Canada shot the opening shot in the global cannabis regulation arms race. On October 17, 2018, Canada was the first G7 country to legalize cannabis, an act that seemed like the start of a chain reaction: Germany, the U.K., Denmark, Thailand, Greece, Australia, and New Zealand were only some of the countries that subsequently announced ...

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‘Hard to Fathom’: Disastrous Cannabis Rollout Cost Ontario $325 Million Compared to Alberta: Analyst

BUSINESS ‘Hard to fathom’: Disastrous cannabis rollout cost Ontario $325 million compared to Alberta: analyst 'Don’t tell me the new 50 stores are coming — Alberta was doing 10 stores a week.' By David Yasvinski

Article by David Yasvinski, Growth Op Mistakes were made. Canadian provinces went their own way when establishing a legal framework for cannabis and some have found considerably more success than others. The Cannalysts, an independent analysis firm, released data this week showing that if Ontario had followed Alberta’s model, the province would have stimulated an extra $325 million in economic ...

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Canopy Growth Takes $32 Million Hit From Returned Products, Revenue Plummets Most Since Legalization

Canopy Growth takes $32 million hit from returned products, revenue plummets most since legalization Shares trading down in pre-market Cannabis production at Canopy Growth Corp. in Smith's Falls, Ont.Tony Caldwell/Postmedia Vanmala Subramaniam

Article by Vanmala Subramaniam, Financial Post Canopy Growth Corp. took a surprise $32.7 million hit from returns and pricing changes related primarily to the sales of its oil and soft gel capsule products, resulting in the company’s net revenue plummeting by 15 per cent, quarter-over-quarter, for the period ending Sept. 30, 2019. This is the biggest revenue decline the company ...

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Policing Cannabis an Issue in West Lincoln

Home / News / Cannabis And You / Policing Cannabis An Issue In West... Policing cannabis an issue in West Lincoln NRPS are lobbying Health Canada for more inspectors to check licences NEWS 05:00 AM BY BETH AUDET GRIMSBY LINCOLN NEWS

Article by Beth Audet, Grimsby Lincoln News via Toronto.com Penalizing improper usage of a personal cannabis licence may prove too challenging in West Lincoln. “Law enforcement is on the outside looking in,” Niagara Regional Police Service 8 District Staff Sergeant Rom DiEgidio told council members when he and Chief of Police Bryan MacCulloch recently presented at committee. It is extremely ...

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Cannabis Producers Implore Ontario to Open More Stores

Ottawa Pot producers implore Ontario to open more stores Social Sharing Just 24 legal retailers open in Ontario compared to 324 in Alberta Amanda Pfeffer · CBC News A 'budtender' helps a customer shop for cannabis on the first morning of opening at Toronto's Hunny Pot, one of the retail stores licensed to sell cannabis in Ontario, on April 1, 2019. (Chris Young)

Article by Amanda Pfeffer, CBC News Canadian cannabis producers are stepping up pressure on the Ford government to speed up the distribution of retail licences in Ontario as poor sales continue to dog the industry. “Our ability to continue to invest and sustain the jobs that we have created is being severely challenged by the province’s current retail cannabis policy framework,” states ...

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B.C.’s Cannabis Culture Stuck in a Limbo as Regulations Hinder Canna-Tourism Potential

COMMUNITIES B.C.'s cannabis culture stuck in a limbo as regulations hinder canna-tourism potential Continued prohibition on legal consumption spaces is hindering the hopes of wannabe pot entrepreneurs By Emma Spears A Canadian fan wears an umbrella hat in front of a Cannabis flag in Vancouver during the Winter Olympics on February 25, 2010. MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op Canna-tourism was anticipated as an exciting and lucrative form of business before legalization came into force in October 2018. But the continued prohibition on legal consumption spaces is hindering the hopes of wannabe cannabis entrepreneurs from entering the canna-tourism oeuvre — and seriously harshing the mellow of international tourists hoping for a comfortable place to enjoy ...

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