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Dundas and Suburban Cannabis Stores Outsold By Hamilton Stores

LOCAL : NEWS Dundas and suburban cannabis stores outsold by Hamilton stores credit logo  Set Dundas as My Local news By Craig Campbell Reporter

Article by Craig Campbell, The Hamilton Spectator Legal cannabis retail stores in the old City of Hamilton outsold suburban stores in the surrounding former municipalities, including Dundas, Ancaster and Stoney Creek, during the first quarter of 2021, according to data provided by the Ontario Cannabis Store. . OCS spokesperson Joanna Hui said the government store, the sole provider of cannabis ...

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Cannabis Cuisine? Londoner Pushing For Cannabis-Infused Restaurant Food

Local News Local Business Cannabis cuisine? Londoner pushing for pot-infused restaurant food A London man hoping to open Canada’s first restaurant serving cannabis-infused food is petitioning the provincial and federal governments to let the businesses operate. Author of the article: Dale Carruthers Publishing date: Jul 19, 2021 • 5 hours ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation Jeremy Smith holds up his petition, circulating at marijuana retail stores, on Thursday, July 15, 2021. Smith is trying to get Londoners join in asking the province to allow a cannabis restaurant in London, Ont. (Mike Hensen/The London Free Press) Jeremy Smith holds up his petition, circulating at marijuana retail stores, on Thursday, July 15, 2021. Smith is trying to get Londoners join in asking the province to allow a cannabis restaurant in London, Ont. (Mike Hensen/The London Free Press) Article content A London man hoping to open Canada’s first restaurant serving cannabis-infused food is petitioning the provincial and federal governments to let the businesses operate.

Article by Dale Carruthers, London Free Press A London man hoping to open Canada’s first restaurant serving cannabis-infused food is petitioning the provincial and federal governments to let the businesses operate. Jeremy Smith, 35, began circulating the petition to the province at marijuana retail stores across Southwestern Ontario last month. Now the petition is collecting signatures in around 90 pot ...

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Stratford Cannabis Producer Celebrates Launch of Its First Recreational Cannabis Strain

News Local News Stratford pot producer celebrates launch of its first recreational cannabis strain Stratford's GreenSeal Cannabis Co. celebrated the launch of its first recreational cannabis strain available for purchase in Ontario during a product-launch event at the Little Leaf Cannabis Co. pot shop Friday evening. Author of the article: Galen Simmons Publishing date: Jul 16, 2021 • 2 days ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation Members of Stratford’s GreenSeal Cannabis Company and staff at the Little Leaf Cannabis Company retail store celebrated the official launch of GreenSeal’s first recreational strain of cannabis sold in Ontario, Gorilla Berry, during a product launch event at the Little Leaf store Friday evening. (Galen Simmons/The Beacon Herald) Members of Stratford’s GreenSeal Cannabis Company and staff at the Little Leaf Cannabis Company retail store celebrated the official launch of GreenSeal’s first recreational strain of cannabis sold in Ontario, Gorilla Berry, during a product launch event at the Little Leaf store Friday evening. (Galen Simmons/The Beacon Herald) Article content It’s official. Stratford pot smokers can now enjoy a legal recreational cannabis strain that was bred, grown and packaged entirely in the Festival City.

Article by Galen Simmons, Stratford Beacon Herald It’s official. Stratford pot smokers can now enjoy a legal recreational cannabis strain that was bred, grown and packaged entirely in the Festival City. Stratford’s GreenSeal Cannabis Co. celebrated the launch of of Gorilla Berry, its first cannabis strain that’s now available for purchase in Ontario, with a Friday event hosted by the ...

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‘It’s Going To Be a Bloodbath’: Why Some Toronto Cannabis Store Owners Are Giving Up

Marijuana Jul 16, 2021 'It's going to be a bloodbath': Why some Toronto pot store owners are giving up David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg

Article by David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg Like many entrepreneurs, Michael Motala was eager to take part in Canada’s newly legal — and hopefully, lucrative — cannabis industry. But after less than a year of running a cannabis store on Toronto’s fashionable Queen West neighbourhood, mounting competition and over-regulation are leading him to consider selling his business. “It was an interesting ...

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CannTrust Reorganization Plan Approved By Ontario Court; Several Conditions Remain

CannTrust reorganization plan approved by Ontario court; several conditions remain

Article by BNN Bloomberg CannTrust Holdings Inc. says its reorganization plan has been approved by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. The insolvent cannabis company said the restructuring under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act remains subject to conditions, including U.S. court approval of a class action and expiration of appeal periods that are expected to be satisfied in the fourth ...

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Cannabis in the Olympics

Cannabis in the Olympics Jenny AustinJuly 19, 2021 Cannabis LegalizationCannabis NewsFeaturedLawMarijuana LegalizationPoliticsSports0 views For those old enough to remember the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan, you may also recall when Ross Rebagilati made history — twice. He was the first athlete to win an Olympic gold medal for Men’s Snowboarding and was subsequently disqualified and stripped of his medal after a drug test revealed trace amounts of THC in his system. This event and the media frenzy that followed made Rebagliati somewhat of a cultural icon at the time. Similar Shi’Carri Richardson now, following her recent suspension from the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Article by Jenny Austin, Cannabis Life Network For those old enough to remember the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan, you may also recall when Ross Rebagilati made history — twice. He was the first athlete to win an Olympic gold medal for Men’s Snowboarding and was subsequently disqualified and stripped of his medal after a drug test revealed trace amounts ...

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Drug Impaired Driving Up In 2019, But Not Necessarily Connected To Legalization

Drug impaired driving up in 2019, but not necessarily connected to legalization

Article by StratCac Reported instances of drug-impaired driving increased significantly in Canada in the year following legalization, but only represent about 8% of all police-reported incidents of impaired driving in 2019. Despite these increases, instances of cannabis-impaired driving may not have risen much at all, says Statistics Canada, who released the report this week. These increases are also likely to ...

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How to Rehydrate Dry Buds

How to Rehydrate Dry Buds Emily McKayJuly 17, 2021 Cannabis 101EducationFeaturedMarijuana News0 Comments195 views I can think of few worse things than sitting down to roll a joint, only to find the buds have dried out. The inevitable groan as I see good money flying out the window and pain flying back in. The good news is a dry bag isn’t automatically a death sentence for your cannabis.

Article by Emily McKay, Cannabis Life Network I can think of few worse things than sitting down to roll a joint, only to find the buds have dried out. The inevitable groan as I see good money flying out the window and pain flying back in. The good news is a dry bag isn’t automatically a death sentence for your ...

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Why One of Canada’s Largest Vegetable Producers Has Entered The Cannabis Industry

News Why one of Canada's largest vegetable producers has entered the cannabis industry Greenway Greenhouse Cannabis is majority-owned by Sunrite Greenhouses Ltd., an established cultivator of greenhouse-grown produce. Author of the article: Sam Riches Publishing date: Jul 19, 2021 • 4 hours ago • 5 minute read • Join the conversation Greenway has two facilities, a hybrid greenhouse, located in Leamington, Ontario, and an indoor nursery, located nearby in Kingsville. Greenway has two facilities, a hybrid greenhouse, located in Leamington, Ontario, and an indoor nursery, located nearby in Kingsville. Photo by Greenway Cannabis Instagram Article content Before the family behind one of Canada’s longest-running and most successful greenhouse vegetable growing operations got into cannabis, they had two concerns.

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op Before the family behind one of Canada’s longest-running and most successful greenhouse vegetable growing operations got into cannabis, they had two concerns. The first was fears about how some of their U.S. competitors might react and if they would use the company’s cannabis position against them, says Jamie D’Alimonte, the CEO of Ontario-based DelFrescoPure, ...

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Cointreau Sues Canopy in Dispute Over Beverage Names

WTF World News News Business Cointreau sues Canopy in dispute over beverage names “Continued use by defendants of QUATREAU will consequently cause irreparable damage to plaintiffs’ COINTREAU brand,” the complaint alleges. Author of the article: Emma Spears Publishing date: Jul 16, 2021 • 3 days ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation Citing the similar pronunciations of the two beverages, the orange-flavoured liqueur maker alleges in the suit that the “defendants have adopted the QUATREAU mark with the intention of unfairly trading off the goodwill and reputation of the COINTREAU mark.” / Citing the similar pronunciations of the two beverages, the orange-flavoured liqueur maker alleges in the suit that the “defendants have adopted the QUATREAU mark with the intention of unfairly trading off the goodwill and reputation of the COINTREAU mark.” / Photo by bhofack2 / iStock / Getty Images Plus Article content In a legal showdown between Big Booze and Big Bud, French liqueur manufacturer Rémy Cointreau has filed a lawsuit against Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth.

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op In a legal showdown between Big Booze and Big Bud, French liqueur manufacturer Rémy Cointreau has filed a lawsuit against Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth. According to a report by Thomson Reuters, the complaint filed last week in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York contends that Canopy’s line of ...

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