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Parenting During Prohibition – An Interview With Glass Artist Red Beard

PARENTING DURING PROHIBITION – AN INTERVIEW WITH GLASS ARTIST RED BEARD JULIA VEINTROPFEBRUARY 20, 2020 BLOGCANNABIS CANADACANNABIS LEGALIZATIONCANNABIS NEWSCULTURECULTUREFEATUREDMARIJUANA NEWS

Article by Julia Veintrop, Cannabis Life Network Raising kids is hard. Growing the quality of cannabis required to deliver a medical benefit is also difficult. Doing both at the same time is even more so, especially with the ever-changing legal market. With the current framework in place, Canadians can legally grow up to four plants for their personal use, and with the ...

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Join Martin Szabó For a Cannabis Photography Workshop in Calgary, AB

JOIN MARTIN SZABÓ FOR A CANNABIS PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP IN CALGARY, AB ANDRES MARKWARTFEBRUARY 21, 2020 BLOGCANNABIS LEGALIZATIONCANNABIS NEWSCULTURECULTUREFEATUREDMARIJUANA NEWSNEWS & EVENTS0 COMMENTS36 VIEWS

Article by Andres Markwart, Cannabis Life Network Commercial and portrait photographer Martin Szabó, who has specialized in the field of cannabis photography, is aiming to help your understanding of just that. Through his full-day workshop, specifically tailored to consumers and business to business operations, join Szabó as you go through the whole cannabis e-commerce photoshoot process, from start to finish, including post-production and ...

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Opening Date Revealed as Hello Cannabis Readies to Make ‘Positive Impact’ in Sault Ste. Marie

HOMELOCAL NEWS Opening date revealed as Hello Cannabis readies to make 'positive impact' in Sault Ste. Marie Hello Cannabis CEO says new store will be more than just a place that sells weed, after cannabis saved him from opioid addiction about 14 hours ago By: James Hopkin

Article by James Hopkin, Soo Today There’s less than two weeks to go before Hello Cannabis opens its doors in Sault Ste. Marie, and that has both management and ownership budding with anticipation. On Friday, owner and licence lottery winner Tom Miszuk, who is in partnership with Hello Cannabis, confirmed the city’s first retail cannabis store will open to the ...

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Future of Cannabis Lounges Hinge on Provincial, Federal Legislation: Report

LOCAL NEWS Future of cannabis lounges hinge on provincial, federal legislation: report By Jeff Labine FRANCE-DEMO-DRUG-CANNABIS A man smokes a joint during a demonstration for the decriminalization of cannabis in France, in Paris on May 12, 2018. Some 1,300 people, according to the police, marched today in Paris for the decriminalization of cannabis in France, which "remains blocked" while, for the organizers, "the other countries have never advanced so far" on this issue. / AFP PHOTO / Thomas SAMSONTHOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images The city’s community and public services committee is slated to review a report on the future of cannabis lounges next week. THOMAS SAMSON / AFP/Getty Images

Article by Jeff Labine, Grow Op The city’s community and public services committee is slated to review a report on the future of cannabis lounges next week. But before the businesses can hit Edmonton’s streets, Alberta and Ottawa have to roll out separate legislations. The report headed to Tuesday’s meeting states no provinces have licensed cannabis lounges or cafes, however, ...

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‘Reality Check’ For Canadian Cannabis as Capital Crunch Makes Lower-Cost Growing Nations More Attractive

CANNABIS BUSINESS 'Reality check' for Canadian cannabis as capital crunch makes lower-cost growing nations more attractive 'Everyone is waking up to the fact that it doesn't make sense to grow cannabis in the tundra of Canada' By Ken Parks A worker holds a cannabis plant at a facility in Uruguay. Eilon Paz/Bloomberg files Everyone is waking up to the fact that it doesn't make sense to grow cannabis in the tundra of Canada

Article by Ken Parks, Growth Op The North American cannabis industry has a capital crunch — and this might channel investment to low-cost growing nations like Uruguay, according to veteran pot entrepreneur Jordan Lewis. “Everyone is waking up to the fact that it doesn’t make sense to grow cannabis in the tundra of Canada” and other places in North America, ...

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Prices at the Ontario Cannabis Store Have Decreased Dramatically Since Legalization

Prices at the Ontario Cannabis Store have decreased dramatically since legalization Drop in prices a result of rising cannabis supply and a proliferation of product offerings from producers The Ontario Cannabis Store says more than 200 price decreases on products have been made since legalization. The Ontario Cannabis Store says more than 200 price decreases on products have been made since legalization.David Kawai/Bloomberg files Vanmala Subramaniam Vanmala Subramaniam

Article by Vanmala Subramaniam, Financial Post Prices of hundreds of cannabis products at Ontario’s provincially owned online retail store have decreased dramatically since legalization, a result of rising cannabis supply and a proliferation of product offerings from producers. . “To date, more than 200 product price decreases have been made on dried cannabis, pre-rolls, oils and capsules as well as ...

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Canadians May Be Warming to Going Legit and Scoring Their Weed From Legal Sources

NEWS Canadians may be warming to going legit and scoring their weed from legal sources While an increase in legal purchases is to be expected following the legalization of adult-use cannabis, the uptick is significant. By Emma Spears FILE: People gather outside at the new Fire and Flower pot store on Apr. 1, 2019 in Ottawa, Ontario. The first brick and mortar retail cannabis stores opened in Ontario Monday, attracting lineups of enthusiastic customers in Canada's largest pot market six months after legalization. MICHEL COMTE/AFP/Getty Images While an increase in legal purchases is to be expected following the legalization of adult-use cannabis, the uptick is significant. / Photo: The-Vagabond / iStock / Getty Images Plus The-Vagabond / iStock / Getty Images Plus

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op Despite their historic love of the illicit cannabis market, what with its selection and prices, Canadians may be coming around to the idea of scoring their weed from legal sources. Per the 2019 National Cannabis Survey, approximately 29.4 percent of users reported obtaining all of their cannabis from a licensed retailer. That is triple the percentage ...

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Ottawa Should Make it Easier to Export and Import Weed so Our Cannabis Companies Can Thrive

Ottawa should make it easier to export and import marijuana so our cannabis companies can thrive Opinion: You might think businesses experiencing over-supply would pursue global markets and governments would support them in their efforts Some estimates put the global medical cannabis market at US$44 billion by 2024. For the Canadian cannabis industry, which was one of the first out of the gate, that’s an opportunity we shouldn’t miss. Some estimates put the global medical cannabis market at US$44 billion by 2024. For the Canadian cannabis industry, which was one of the first out of the gate, that’s an opportunity we shouldn’t miss.Ben Nelms/Bloomberg files Special to Financial Post Yasmin Shaker

Article by Yasmin Shaker, Financial Posts The headlines haven’t been encouraging for Canada’s cannabis industry lately. The press reports the industry is bracing for a wave of insolvencies as companies run short of cash and lay off workers. There are several reasons for this but a main problem is over-supply and an inability to get product to markets. This is ...

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