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Orillia Cannabis Connoisseurs May Have Pick of Pot Shops

Orillia cannabis connoisseurs may have pick of pot shops Three applications before Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario NEWS 02:00 PM by Frank Matys Orillia Today The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario currently has three applications for cannabis retail shops in Orillia. - Frank Matys/Torstar Applications are underway for three cannabis stores in Orillia – including two on the city’s historic main street.

Article by Frank Matys, Orillia Today Applications are underway for three cannabis stores in Orillia – including two on the city’s historic main street. Miss Jones Cannabis Co. and Happy Dayz Orillia have applications before the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for locations at 81 Mississaga St. E. and 69 Mississaga St. E. respectively. Sessions Cannabis has applied to ...

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Tilray Shutters Ontario Greenhouse Purchased for $35 Million in 2019

Tilray Shutters Ontario Greenhouse Purchased for $35 Million in 2019 Tilray® Announces Optimization Plan for Adult-Use Facilities in Canada Company to close High Park Gardens, licensed cannabis greenhouse located in Leamington, Ontario Facility closure expected to yield $7.5 million in annualized net savings as part of global cost-efficiency and restructuring measures to achieve profitability and grow revenues High Park Farms and High Park London remain core to Company’s growth strategy in the adult-use market in Canada

Article by NCV Newswire Tilray® Announces Optimization Plan for Adult-Use Facilities in Canada Company to close High Park Gardens, licensed cannabis greenhouse located in Leamington, Ontario Facility closure expected to yield $7.5 million in annualized net savings as part of global cost-efficiency and restructuring measures to achieve profitability and grow revenues High Park Farms and High Park London remain core ...

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Edmonton Police are Focused on Shutting Down Illegal Weed Websites. Will Their Strategy Work?

NEWS Edmonton police are focused on shutting down illegal weed websites. Will their strategy work? Police in Alberta have seized hundreds of domains purportedly selling illicit cannabis. But are they even making a dent? By Kate Robertson A screenshot of a domain seized by Edmonton Police Services, who have seized more than 100 since 2019.

Article by Kate Robertson, Growth Op “Politics, convenience and product.” These are the three reasons long-time cannabis consumer Andrew gives for using the illicit market rather than legal stores. It’s been more than 18 months since Canada legalized weed, but the 54-year-old Nova Scotian prefers to buy from an illicit cannabis website. “I’ve simply been told by people that they’re ...

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Can Cannabis Help With Recovery Post-Workout?

WELLNESS Can cannabis help with recovery post-workout? Cannabis has some pain relief properties. By Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toast There’s been no scientific research conducted on cannabis and its effect on your body after working out. / Getty Images Rest days are very important for people who work out regularly. The more people physically exert themselves, the more they realize how important these days off are, whether they’re doing active recovery or spending the day chilling out. Can cannabis play a role in this downtime?

Article by Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toast Rest days are very important for people who work out regularly. The more people physically exert themselves, the more they realize how important these days off are, whether they’re doing active recovery or spending the day chilling out. Can cannabis play a role in this downtime? All workouts cause stress to the body, tearing ...

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Manitoba RCMP Seize Nearly 570 Kilograms of Cannabis, Hash From B.C. Semi-Trailer

Manitoba Manitoba RCMP seize nearly 570 kilograms of cannabis, hash from B.C. semi-trailer Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Police arrested man from Surrey, B.C., after pulling over semi in R.M. of Reynolds, Man. RCMP found 567 kilograms of cannabis and hash products in this semi-trailer on Saturday morning in the R.M. of Reynolds, Man. (Submitted by RCMP)

Article by CBC News A 41-year-old man is facing charges after Manitoba RCMP found over half a tonne of cannabis and hash products in the back of a semi-trailer on Highway 1. Police pulled the truck over on Saturday around 10:40 a.m. in the rural municipality of Reynolds, RCMP said in a news release Monday. Officers searched the truck after they found inconsistencies ...

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Orillia: Cannabis Shop Doesn’t Belong on Main Street

Cannabis shop doesn't belong on main street: councillor Miss Jones Cannabis Co. application to operate downtown still pending; 'I’m not against marijuana shops at all, but I don’t think they belong on the main street,' says Coun. Ralph Cipolla about 20 hours ago By: Nathan Taylor Miss Jones Cannabis Co. has applied for a licence to set up shop at the corner of Mississaga and Peter streets in downtown Orillia. Nathan Taylor/OrilliaMatters

Article by Nathan Taylor, Orillia Matters It’s hard to miss the large signs on a building at Mississaga and Peter streets advertising a cannabis company, but the business has not yet been given the go-ahead to open. The City of Orillia has confirmed the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario is processing an application from Miss Jones Cannabis Co. to ...

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Aurora Cannabis’ Exeter Sale Confirms the Need for Industrywide Writedowns

Aurora Cannabis' Exeter Sale Confirms the Need for Industrywide Writedowns Most Canadian licensed producers are likely sitting on underutilized or unused assets that they won't be able to move. Sean Williams Sean Williams

Article by Sean Williams, Motley Fool It’s truly incredible what a difference a year has made in the North American cannabis industry. Throughout most of 2018 and the first quarter of 2019, pot stocks were pretty much unstoppable. Sales growth expectations were through the roof, and Canada had recently become the first industrialized country in the modern era to OK the sale ...

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Profitable Trauma: Medical Marijuana and Canada’s Veterans

SPECIAL REPORT ► Profitable trauma: medical marijuana and Canada's veterans Premium content Aaron Beswick (abeswick@herald.ca)

Article by Aaron Beswick, Journal Pioneer The Department of Veterans Affairs spent $77,794,212.57 last year on marijuana. That is more than the department spent ($66.2 million) on the 12,000 other drugs approved to be prescribed for veterans. The Chronicle Herald began an examination of the marijuana industry and government oversight because of revelations in the Desmond Fatality Inquiry. We dug ...

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Ford Doesn’t Rule Out Keeping Booze and Cannabis Delivery

Ford Doesn't Rule Out Keeping Booze and Cannabis Delivery

Article by Brian Lilley, Toronto Star They haven’t ruled it out, but they haven’t committed to it either. The Ford government has allowed restaurants to sell booze to go, either for takeout or delivery, and allowed cannabis shops to deliver for the last while due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Will they let it stay once we start returning to “normal”? ...

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