New Partnership Aims to Bring Long-Time Cannabis Growers Into the Legal Industry

LIFE New partnership aims to bring long-time cannabis growers into the legal industry B.C.’s illicit industry is thriving, with revenue from unlicensed producers exceeding that of regulated cannabis businesses By Angela Stelmakowich Clearly, B.C.’s pre-legalization industry is thriving. / Photo: RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/GettyImages FILE: A vendor displays marijuana for sale during the 4-20 annual marijuana celebration, in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday Apr. 20, 2018. / PhotoL /Darryl Dyck /Darryl Dyck

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op The founders of Vancouver-based companies Geyser Brands Inc. Grow Academy Technologies hope a new strategic partnership will help realize a mission near and dear to both of their hearts: transition more legacy players into the legal market. “We recognize the economic opportunity these businesses offer communities across B.C.,” Grow Tech Labs founder Barinder Rasode says ...

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7 Cannabis Strains to Help Reduce Your Muscle Pain


Article by Carlie Beblin, Cannabis Life Network If you are looking for pain relief, skip the pills! Here are 7 cannabis strains to help reduce muscle pain naturally. Cannabis has many medicinal properties and has been used as medicine throughout history. One of the main medicinal uses of marijuana is for pain management. Studies show it helps relieve central and neuropathic pain. Cannabis is also ...

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Owner Pulls Banksy Painting From Toronto Cannabis Store

GROW Owner pulls Banksy painting from Toronto cannabis store Peter Smith One of the pieces at the Art of Banksy in Toronto (David Newman/Daily Hive)

Article by Peter Smith, Daily Hive After the owner of a Toronto cannabis store announced he would be putting pieces from his own art collection on display in the store, it was quietly announced this week that they would be coming down. Featuring the work of Banksy, Kaws, Pure Evil, and Andy Warhol, the collection was originally intended to be displayed as ...

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Edmonton Region Set to Become Home to Largest Cannabis Gummy Facility in Canada

Local NewsCannabis Business Edmonton region set to become home to largest cannabis gummy facility in Canada Author of the article:Dylan Short A tray full of cannabis gummies sits at the end of the depositor machine as Dynaleo is opening the largest cannabis gummy production facility in the country, in Nisku, June 25, 2020. ED KAISER / Postmedia

Article by Dylan Short, Edmonton Journal Alberta’s capital region is set to be home to the largest cannabis gummy production facility in the country. Dynaleo is set to open a 26,000-square-foot manufacturing plant near the Edmonton International Airport after it secured a processing facility permit from Health Canada. Executive chairman Michael Krestell said the next step now is to get ...

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Information Commissioner Takes Health Ministry to Court Over Weed Info

Information commissioner takes health ministry to court over weed info Sun Media More from Sun Media Published: June 22, 2020 Updated: June 22, 2020 8:28 PM EDT Filed Under: Toronto SUN ›News ›Canada RELATED NEWS P.E.I. sees rise in anti-outsider sentiment NEWS Watch:T.O.'s virtual Canada Day performances include some at the El Mocambo WORLD Did Alberta woman commit suicide in Alabama in 1960 - or was she murdered? REOPENING CANADA Watch:REOPENING CANADA: Retailers hopeful as doors swing back open The federal health ministry is refusing to name the 575 locations of medical marijuana producers in Canada. In court documents, the

Article by Sun Media The federal health ministry is refusing to name the 575 locations of medical marijuana producers in Canada. . In court documents, the ministry claims that giving out postal codes or home cities “would create a serious possibility that individuals could be identified,” according to Blacklock’s Reporter. . The non-disclosure has led to a federal lawsuit by ...

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Ontario Cannabis Market Surpasses 100 Retail Store Authorizations

NEWS BRIEF Ontario cannabis market surpasses 100 retail store authorizations Published June 23, 2020 | By Matt Lamers

Article by Matt Lamers, Marijuana Business Daily Canada’s largest market for adult-use cannabis products saw its 100th retail store authorization this month, Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario records show, though not all the stores are open as they complete the regulatory process. It is an important milestone for a province that has lagged other jurisdictions in store openings since ...

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ByWard Market Hitting its Limit of Cannabis Stores, Locals Say

Ottawa ByWard Market hitting its limit of cannabis stores, locals say Social Sharing If additional licences approved, there could be 7 pot shops in the market Natalia Goodwin · CBC News People lined up outside the Fire & Flower retail cannabis shop on York Street in the ByWard Market for opening day. It is one of two retailers already in operating in the area. (CBC News)

Article by Natalia Goodwin, CBC News A local community group in downtown Ottawa says it’s concerned about the number of cannabis stores potentially opening up in the ByWard Market. There are currently two cannabis stores in the area  — a Hobo and Fire & Flower — but five others have applied for permits with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) to operate, says Rideau-Vanier Coun. Mathieu Fleury. ...

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The Cannabis Industry is Dealing With Consumer Trust Issues

The cannabis industry is dealing with consumer trust issues Cannabis has trust issues David Wylie Shark Shock by Redecan comes in shockingly under weight. When it comes to weights and measures, the legal cannabis industry has some work to do to earn consumer trust.

Article by David Wylie, Castanet When it comes to weights and measures, the legal cannabis industry has some work to do to earn consumer trust. Licensed producers are required to test and label THC and CBD percentages/amounts on their flower, vapes, edibles, oils, beverages – basically every product they release into the marketplace. But just how accurate those percentage are has ...

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BC Spent $23.6 Million on Legal Cannabis Last Month

GROW NEWS & POLICY BUSINESS BC spent $23.6 million on legal cannabis last month

Article by Daily Hive It’s no secret that British Columbians enjoy cannabis, but now there are some numbers to back it up. Statistics Canada has released the breakdown of each province’s monthly cannabis spending, and BC has been showing some serious love to its cannabis retail industry. According to StatsCan, $23.645 million in cannabis was sold in the province by ...

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