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Ontario Cannabis Store Returns $2.9M in CannTrust Products to Company

Ontario Cannabis Store returns $2.9M in CannTrust products to company CannTrust employees work with cannabis products at their packaging and extraction facility in Vaughan on Dec. 19, 2018. Nathan Denette

Article by CityNews CannTrust Holdings Inc. says the Ontario Cannabis Store is returning all of the company’s products it has because they do not conform with the terms of its master cannabis supply agreement. The company says the total value of the products is about $2.9 million. The move by the provincial retailer comes as CannTrust faces problems with Health ...

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Who’s Accountable When Cannabis Containers Are Sold Empty?

news CANADA INDUSTRY STRAINS & PRODUCTS Who’s Accountable When Cannabis Containers Are Sold Empty? HARRISON JORDAN August 16, 2019 Photo by Jesse Milns/Leafly

Article by Harrison Jordan, Leafly A number of Canadian cannabis purchasers—including an editor here at Leafly Canada—claim to have opened sealed containers of legally-purchased cannabis only to find that they were completely empty. An online search finds that this problem has apparently arisen a handful of times, with some individuals posting their disappointment on TheOCS subreddit on the popular link-sharing site Reddit. ...

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Cannabis Baked Goods, Confectionery Products Expected to be Big Draw For Consumers Once Legal

BUSINESS Cannabis baked goods, confectionery products expected to be big draw for consumers once legal Legalization 2.0 could attract 3 million new cannabis consumers By Ashley Keenan Marijuana infused hard candies Marijuana buds and plastic wrapped THC/CBD infused hard candies

Article by Ashley Keenan, Growth Op Edibles are piquing the interest of non-cannabis consumers, appearing to be a potential gateway into a new consumer market, suggest new survey results. With cannabis legalization 2.0 around the corner—involving commercial cannabis-infused edibles, beverages, concentrates and topicals—the new figures from EY Canada and Lift & Co. are timely, indeed. The survey explored consumer habits and ...

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The Green Organic Dutchman Completes First Shipment to Ontario Cannabis Store

The Green Organic Dutchman Completes First Shipment to Ontario Cannabis Store Français The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd--The Green Organic Dutch The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (CNW Group/The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd.)

Article by Cision Newswire The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (the “Company” or “TGOD”) (TSX:TGOD) (US:TGODF), a leading producer of premium certified organic cannabis, is pleased to announce that it has completed its inaugural shipment to the Ontario Cannabis Store, marking the Company’s entrance into Canada’s recreational market. Ontario consumers will soon be able to experience TGOD’s acclaimed Unite Organic dried flower, the Company’s high ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: August 19 – August 25, 2019

weekly newsletter Toronto Cannabis Events Dankr Crowd

Toronto is an amazing city for cannabis with so many diverse events going on. Here is a list of the events going on this upcoming week and weekend: Monday, August 19, 2019: Tuesday, August 20, 2019: Wednesday, August 21, 2019: Free Cannabis Grow Class When: 6:00pm-8:00pm Where: Grow Op Hydroponics (1332 Bloor St. West, Toronto) Price: Free Movie and a Doobie When: 7:00pm-9:00pm Where: Hotbox Café (204 Augusta Ave, ...

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Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Pot Shop Owner Speaks Out Against Legal First Nation Licences

Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory pot shop owner speaks out against legal First Nation licences By Kraig Krause Videographer Global News

Article by Kraig Krause, Global News The Government of Ontario rolled out its list of eight First Nation communities who applied for the first come, first serve cannabis licence. On July 3rd, the second provincial cannabis retail lottery was announced, this time providing 42 licences to private companies, and 8 to First Nations reserves. Now, the Alcohol Gaming Commission of ...

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40% of Canadian Cannabis Users Bought it Illegally Even After Legalization: StatCan

40% of Canadian marijuana users bought it illegally even after legalization: StatCan A young man smokes a joint in this file image.

Article by Global News Six months after Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use more than 40 per cent of Canadians who said they used pot still bought it from illegal sources, a new Statistics Canada report shows. The agency issued results from its latest National Cannabis Survey Thursday, which it is conducting every three months to get a sense of cannabis use ...

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Over Half of CannTrust’s Cannabis Stock Frozen, a Quarter of Plants Suspended

CannTrust warns of material impact to results if Health Canada orders destruction of product Company says the sale of over half of its stock of cannabis and around a quarter of its plants had been suspended Reuters

Article by Reuters via Financial Post Canadian pot grower CannTrust Holdings on Thursday said that the sale of over half of its stock of cannabis and around a quarter of its plants had been suspended following the discovery of unlicensed cultivation at its facilities. Regulator Health Canada last month found unlicensed cultivation in five rooms at a CannTrust facility. Health ...

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Frustration, Confusion for Ontario First Nations as Ontario Issues Cannabis Permits

Sudbury Frustration, confusion for Ontario First Nations as Ontario issues cannabis permits Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn ‘We support the individual but we don’t necessarily support the idea’ Chief says CBC News Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod says he supports band members applying for a cannabis license, but does not support the overarching idea that the province has jurisdiction on First Nation lands. (Erik White/CBC)

Article by CBC News The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has announced who can apply to operate cannabis stores in First Nations in Ontario. Wiikwemkoong, Serpent River, Chapleau Cree, Couchiching, Mississauga, Wahgoshig, and Nipissing First Nations were all successful in their applications, as was the Shawanaga First Nation, just north of Parry Sound. But Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott ...

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