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Ontario Cannabis Store to Pilot Same-Day Delivery of Weed in Toronto

Ontario Cannabis Store to pilot same-day delivery of pot in Toronto It will cost you $14, except it’s for a service that local Toronto dealers and illicit dispensaries are already providing for free

Article by Now Toronto Ontario is behind the times when it comes to cannabis retail in Canada. The last cannabis lottery was a complete gong show, with no new stores open to date due to lawsuits slowing down the process. Now the province has announced a pilot project in Toronto for same-day and next-day delivery through its online retailer, the Ontario Cannabis Store ...

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Aurora Cannabis Opening 11,000-Square-Foot Store at West Edmonton Mall

CANNABIS Aurora Cannabis opening 11,000-square-foot store at West Edmonton Mall BY PHIL HEIDENREICH GLOBAL NEWS The Aurora Flaghip stores at West Edmonton Mall is set to open to the public on Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019. COURTESY: Aurora Cannabis

Article by Phil Heidenreich, Global News It’s one of Canada’s largest cannabis companies, so perhaps it is fitting that Edmonton-based Aurora Cannabis is opening an exceptionally large store this week. On Wednesday, the Aurora Flagship store will open its doors to customers at West Edmonton Mall, a venture it says will be the “largest experiential and retail cannabis store in ...

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TSX Reviews CannTrust’s Listing After it Fails to Disclose Three Quarters’ Worth of Financial Statements

TSX reviews CannTrust’s listing after it fails to disclose three quarters’ worth of financial statements The cannabis company, whose stock has lost more than 91% of its value this year, has four months to submit the documents Since reaching an all-time high of $13.48 in March, CannTrust Holdings Inc.’s stock has lost more than 91 per cent of its value.Reuters Victor Ferreira

Article by Victor Ferreira, Financial Post The Toronto Stock Exchange is reviewing the eligibility of CannTrust Holdings Inc.’s listing on the exchange because the embattled cannabis producer has failed to disclose three quarters worth of financial statements. In a press release, the Vaughn, Ont.-based company said it was in “arrears for satisfying certain disclosure requirements.” CannTrust has not filed its ...

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NBA Star Kevin Durant Joins Canadian Cannabis Company

NBA star Kevin Durant joins Canadian pot company Jeff LagerquistYahoo Finance Canada Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant poses for a portrait during media day at HSS Training Center. Credit: Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports

Article by Jeff Lagerquist, Yahoo Finance Canada NBA star Kevin Durant and sports business executive Rich Kleiman are teaming up with Canopy Rivers (RIV.TO)(CNPOF) to grow their portfolio of cannabis investments. Thirty Five Ventures, the investment firm co-founded by Kleiman and the 12-year NBA veteran, announced on Tuesday that it will join the strategic advisor board at the publicly-traded venture capital ...

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Deloitte Scoops Up Cannabis Compliance Inc. To Create One-Stop Shop For Cannabis Companies

BUSINESS Deloitte scoops up Cannabis Compliance Inc. to create one-stop shop for cannabis companies CCI’s 75 employees will relocate to Deloitte’s Toronto headquarters and the founder and chair of the company, Brian Wagner, will assume a senior advisor role with the company By David Yasvinski The company says the newly formed CCI Deloitte will offer end-to-end resources and consulting services to its clients in Canada and around the world. iStock / Getty Images Plus

Article by David Yasvinski, Growth Op Multinational accounting firm Deloitte has acquired Mississauga, Ont.-based Cannabis Compliance Inc. and hopes to use its expertise to help companies navigate a constantly evolving landscape. The company says the newly formed CCI Deloitte will offer end-to-end resources and consulting services to its clients in Canada and around the world. “Canada has quickly become a ...

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Black Canadians Sidelined From Cannabis Economy

Persistent problems with policing The rise and reverberation of these Black voices on Canadian cannabis legalization is welcome. But while the cannabis economy has changed, policing practices have not in large part. The promise of cannabis profits having any meaningful impact on Black communities will go unfulfilled so long as policing in Canada continues to disproportionately target, monitor, surveil and engage Black communities through racial profiling, street checks, carding and excessive use of lethal force. The CCA and the advocates whose views have been shared here are in agreement on this front. In other words, because the criminalization of Black people remains perniciously prevalent in Canadian society, cannabis legalization offers little to no benefit to Black communities. Sadly, this point is evidenced by a case that unfolded as recently as the end of October: Akeem Gardner is a licensed hemp grower near Orangeville, Ont., whose bank, Toronto-Dominion, froze his accounts and accused him of carrying on illicit activity. Gardener says he was judged by his appearance as a young Black man, after he made a transfer of $35,000. TD later admitted it “incorrectly” flagged his account. Some economic and reparative progress has been made, but cannabis justice is not possible until policing stops unfairly targeting Black Canadians. PRINT ARTICLE Anthony N. Morgan

Article by Anthony N. Morgan, Policy Options Ten months before cannabis was legalized last October, I asked a question: Where are Black Canadians in the cannabis debate? I sought to stimulate active involvement of Canada’s Black communities in our country’s cannabis conversation while explaining the socio-systemic barriers that might account for why African Canadians were not playing a more prominent role in ...

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Canada’s New Health Minister’s Thoughts On Cannabis: What You Should Know

Canada's New Health Minister's Thoughts On Cannabis: What You Should Know Natan Ponieman , Benzinga Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled the list of ministers who will make up his cabinet for his second term.

Article by Natan Ponieman, Benzinga Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled the list of ministers who will make up his cabinet for his second term. Patty Hajdu, formerly the minister of employment, will replace Ginette Petitpas Taylor as minister of health. Canada’s Minister of Health holds special importance to the country’s cannabis market, since the cabinet member oversees the Health Canada ...

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New Brunswick has a Long and Complicated History With Cannabis

BUSINESS New Brunswick has a long and complicated history with cannabis The province just had one of the steepest declines in weed sales in the country. It couldn't turn a profit on pot two centuries ago, either By Ross Andersen The story of cannabis in New Brunswick begins nearly two centuries ago, when maritime hemp growers used their crop for ship sails, ropes and clothes. Getty Images Cannabis prohibition may have ended just over one year ago, however, pot has a long history in New Brunswick.

Article by Ross Andersen, Growth Op Cannabis prohibition may have ended just over one year ago, however, pot has a long history in New Brunswick. The story of cannabis in New Brunswick begins nearly two centuries ago, when maritime hemp growers used their crop for ship sails, ropes and clothes. Late European settlers popularized the use of hemp in the ...

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Canada’s Pot Sales Drop in September as Summer Surge Ends

Canada’s pot sales drop in September as summer surge ends BY ERIC STOBER Canadian cannabis sales fell 2.4 per cent between August and September, according to Statistics Canada, as summer holidays ended and the weather cooled down.

Article by Eric Stober, Green Camp Canadian cannabis sales fell 2.4 per cent between August and September, according to Statistics Canada, as summer holidays ended and the weather cooled down. September’s legal cannabis sales across Canada fell around $3 million, from $126 million to $123 million between August and September, the federal agency reported Friday. August’s sales were an all-time ...

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Canopy Growth in Smiths Falls Begins Manufacturing Cannabis-Based Beverages

CANNABIS Canopy Growth in Smiths Falls begins manufacturing cannabis-based beverages BY CHRISTOPHER WHAN GLOBAL NEWS Staff work in a marijuana grow room that can be viewed by at the new visitors centre at Canopy Growths Tweed facility in Smiths Falls, Ontario on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018. Sean Kilpatrick

Article by Christopher Whan, Global News Canopy Growth announced on Monday that they have begun manufacturing cannabis-based drinks at their Smiths Falls, Ont. plant. According to the company, they received the permits from the Ontario government to begin production on Friday. Eleven different beverages will be produced, with distribution planned within weeks. “This licence represents years of hard work to ...

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