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Bonify Resumes Selling Adult-Use Cannabis in Canada After Suspension

Bonify resumes selling adult-use cannabis in Canada after suspension Published 14 hours ago | By Solomon Israel

Article by Solomon Israel, Marijuana Business Daily Manitoba cultivator Bonify Holdings Corp. is again selling recreational cannabis in Canada, a little over a year after the company’s license to sell cannabis was suspended for sourcing illicit marijuana and selling it into the legal market. “Bonify will be supplying several different strains to licensed retailers in Manitoba with plans to introduce a wider selection of ...

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Four Cannabis Shops Proposed for Downtown Milton

IN PROGRESS: Four cannabis shops proposed for downtown Milton The AGCO currently reviewing applications NEWS Jun 10, 2020 by Bambang Sadewo Milton Canadian Champion The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has received four applications for retail cannabis stores in Milton. - Torstar file photo One or more cannabis stores could be coming to town.

Article by Bambang Sadewo, Inside Halton One or more cannabis stores could be coming to town. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), a provincial agency that is responsible for regulating recreational cannabis stores, has received four applications for retail cannabis stores in Milton — all on Main Street. The four proposed stores are: • Dreamin in Burlington Inc. ...

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AGCO Has Three Applications For Cannabis Stores in Collingwood

HOME LOCAL NEWS AGCO has three applications for cannabis stores in Collingwood The applications are for storefronts on Balsam, First, and Hurontario Streets about 19 hours ago By: Erika Engel

Article by Erika Engel, Collingwood Today The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario announced today there’s an application for a new cannabis retail store in Collingwood now entering a 15-day public notice phase. The application was submitted by Justine Cannabis for a store at 280 First Street. The deadline to file an objection or a submission related to the application is June 24. ...

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Study Finds No Association Between Cannabis and Stroke Risk

WELLNESS Study finds no association between cannabis and stroke risk Those who tested negative for cannabis were twice as likely to have had an ischemic stroke than those who tested positive. By Brendan Bures, The Fresh Toast “Our research adds to the list of studies with conflicting results, so it is important to continue to investigate stroke risk and cannabis use.” / Photo: Getty Images When researchers adjusted for other significant stroke risk factors, blood pressure, obesity, smoking and more, they reported that no link between recent cannabis use and the likelihood of suffering a stroke. / Photo: Getty Images Getty Images

Article by Brendan Bures, The Fresh Toast via Growth Op Google “Does marijuana increase risk of stroke,” and you’ll likely become confused. Some research, released earlier this year, indicates heavy cannabis consumption doubles the risk of stroke for young people. Other studies have indicated that data used in this research  is closer to correlation than causation. A new study published in the ...

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Regulatory Infraction or Criminal Charge? Licensed Companies and Individuals are Treated Very Differently When it Comes to Cannabis Laws in Canada

LEGALIZATION Regulatory infraction or criminal charge? Licensed companies and individuals are treated very differently when it comes to cannabis laws in Canada Why isn't the 'legal' cannabis industry held to the same standards as individuals and unlicensed companies? By Kate Robertson Health Canada recently reinstated a licence for CannTrust's Niagara cultivation facility after serious claims from a whistleblower

Article by Kate Robertson, Growth Op When management at CannTrust announced on May 29 that a suspended licence had been reinstated for its Niagara cultivation facility, not everyone was happy for the embattled cannabis producer and its employees. “Throughout this thing, I’ve been absolutely offended by the way CannTrust gets treated differently than ordinary Canadians who would be doing the same thing,” says Paul ...

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Cannabis in Ontario Isn’t All Roses and Sunshine. Here are Some Major Causes For Concern

NEWS Cannabis in Ontario isn't all roses and sunshine. Here are some major causes for concern The Ontario Cannabis Store continues to improve, but here are four factors that could use a boost By Sam Riches FILE: A warning label on ONE gram of cannabis is seen at Up's cannabis factory in Lincoln, Ontario. Lars Hagberg / AFP / Getty Images

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op On Monday, the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) published a wide-ranging report offering insight into the purchasing patterns of Ontario cannabis consumers. The data covers all legal sales across the province from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020. A few licensed producers and product categories emerged as leaders and we’ve covered them here. But it wasn’t all roses ...

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8 Questions for a Budtender Working During COVID-19

8 QUESTIONS FOR A BUDTENDER WORKING DURING COVID-19 JULIA VEINTROP JUNE 9, 2020 BUSINESS CANNABIS CANADA CANNABIS LEGALIZATION CULTURE FEATURED HEALTH INTERVIEW MARIJUANA NEW

Article by Julia Veintrop, Cannabis Life Network What was life like for a budtender working during COVID-19? Cannabis businesses were deemed essential during the pandemic and rightly so. Still, because of the situation, a number of places have had to close their doors. Since their opening day in 1996, the Victoria Cannabis Buyers Club found a way to adapt operations and continue to serve ...

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Canadian Cannabis Exports to Israel Set to Increase With Organigram-Canndoc Deal

NEWS BRIEF Canadian cannabis exports to Israel set to increase with Organigram-Canndoc deal New Brunswick-based cannabis producer Organigram Holdings has signed a multiyear supply agreement with Israeli cannabis firm Canndoc.

Article by Marijuana Business Daily New Brunswick-based cannabis producer Organigram Holdings has signed a multiyear supply agreement with Israeli cannabis firm Canndoc. The deal would result in a significant increase in the amount of cannabis being shipped from Canada to Israel in the coming years, pending receipt of regulatory approvals from Health Canada and the Israeli Ministry of Health. Last year, only 1 ...

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Union Files Complaint Alleging WeedMD Fired Labour Organizer

Union files complaint alleging WeedMD fired labour organizer A union representing production workers at a Southwestern Ontario cannabis producer has filed a formal complaint against the company for allegedly firing a union organizer without cause. Dale Carruthers Dale Carruthers WeedMD employees use a repurposed tobacco planter to plant cannabis at the company's Strathroy farm next door to its greenhouse complex on Inadale Drive. (Free Press file photo)

Article by Dale Carruthers Strathroy Age Dispatch A union representing production workers at a Southwestern Ontario cannabis producer has filed a formal complaint against the company for allegedly firing a union organizer without cause. The United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW), the union representing some production employees at WeedMD, lodged the complaint under the Agricultural Employees Protection Act to ...

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New Cannabis Shop Opening Soon in Hamilton

New pot shop opening soon in Hamilton by Amy Kouniakis on June 10, 2020 in New Openings Lifestyle Business Retail A new cannabis store is opening two new locations soon on the Hamilton mountain.

Article by Amy Kouniakis, In The Hammer A new cannabis store is opening two new locations soon on the Hamilton mountain. Sessions Cannabis, an Ontario-based marijuana dispensary with storefronts popping up across the province, is opening two shops here — one on Stoney Creek Mountain and one in Binbrook. The new Sessions Red Hill storefront is located at 1786 Stone Church Rd. ...

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