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Legal Cannabis Celebrates its First Anniversary in Canada: What’s Next?

Legal cannabis celebrates its first anniversary in Canada: What’s next? Montrealers hold up a Canadian flag with a marijuana logo on it outside a government cannabis store in the city Oct. 17, 2018. Graham Hughes

Article by Michael J. Armstrong, The Conversation This week marks the first anniversary of Canada’s recreational cannabis legalization. It’s an appropriate time to review what happened last year and consider what’s coming next. Legalization brought big changes for some folks. About 9,200 employees now work at cannabis producers, with thousands more at retailers. Unfortunately, company profits remain scarce and tax revenues are modest. By contrast, ...

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Ontario Cannabis Store Considers Private Sector Involvement

Ontario Cannabis Store considers private sector involvement The Ontario Cannabis Store website is pictured on a mobile phone Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. (Sean Kilpatrick) Shawn Jeffords

Article by Shawn Jeffords, CTV News The Ontario Cannabis Store said Tuesday it will launch consultations aimed at getting the private sector more involved in marijuana storage and delivery. The Crown corporation’s CEO said in a statement that the agency will consult with federally licensed producers and retail store owners later this month on the possible change. Cal Bricker said ...

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Cannabis Edibles Legal: Everything You Need to Know

Cannabis edibles will soon be legal: Everything you need to know Edible pot chocolates expected to sell before Xmas Edible pot products will become legal in days, but hopeful buyers will probably be waiting until Christmas to buy any in stores. Check-up for the weed industry From CTV Saskatoon’s Carla Shynkaruk: While local sales are strong, the markets tell a different story. Marijuana one-year anniversary Weed has been legal in Canada for almost a full year. CTV News Edmonton’s Bill Fortier looks back at the tumultuous year.

Article by Jeremiah Rodriguez, CTV News TORONTO — New regulations for cannabis edibles and topicals come into effect on Oct. 17, with products expected to reach store shelves in December. Here’s what consumers and parents need to know. WHAT ARE EDIBLES? “Edibles” is the umbrella term for cannabis-infused products, which can include beverages, cotton candy, dissolvable strips, gummy candies or baked ...

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Where to Celebrate Canada’s First Anniversary of Legalization

CanadaIndustryLifestyle Where to celebrate Canada’s first anniversary of legalization

Article by Leafly Canada’s first anniversary of legalization is cause to celebrate! Not only does October 17, 2019, mark a full year of legalized cannabis in the country, it’s also the onset of the second wave of legalization in the Great White North, with edibles, extracts, and topicals expected to hit retail shelves before the end of the year. To celebrate ...

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How To Date A Non-Toker

HOW TO DATE A NON-TOKER JULIA VEINTROP

Article by Julia Veintrop, Cannabis Life Network Since Canada legalized cannabis, society has started to chill out. People who used to equate pot with heavy narcotics are learning the facts and the social stigma is breaking down. On top of that, there are lots of people who accept cannabis use now simply because the government is on board. Regardless of why stoners and ...

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Pesticides: A Retrospective

PESTICIDES: A RETROSPECTIVE TRAVIS CESARONE

Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network The arsenal of pesticides available to licensed producers in Canada constantly changes as Health Canada‘s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) adds or removes permitted sprays, so here is a comprehensive list that will be kept consistently up to date with those changes. Non-organic compounds Active ingredient: Sulphur Found in: Vaporized Sulphur by Agrotek Wettable Sulphur by N.M. Bartlett Inert ingredients: Unknown ...

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Prairie Provinces are Selling More Cannabis Than the Rest of Canada: Expert

BUSINESS Prairie provinces are selling more cannabis than the rest of Canada: expert "Manitoba and Saskatchewan are making Ontario and Quebec look very bad" By Bobby Hristova Unlike Ontario's plan, which requires the government to oversee the wholesale market, the prairie provinces allow producers to sell directly to retail owners. DAX MELMER/Windsor Star

Article by Bobby Hristova, Growth Op Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan are selling more cannabis than the rest of Canada due to a better framework, according to one industry expert. “Manitoba and Saskatchewan are making Ontario and Quebec look very bad,” Chris Damas, editor of the BCMI Cannabis Report, told CBC. Unlike Ontario’s plan, which requires the government to oversee the wholesale ...

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Fanshawe College Launching Cannabis Applied Science Program

Fanshawe College launching Cannabis Applied Science program Cannabis Applied Sciene Program at Fanshawe College. Fanshawe College has announced the launch of its new Cannabis Applied Science program in time for fall 2020. The program is designed to “allow graduates to apply their scientific knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the emerging cannabis industry.” The one-year program will teach students to analyze cannabis for quality, safety and stability, and to contribute to the research and development of new cannabis products.

Article by CTV London Fanshawe College has announced the launch of its new Cannabis Applied Science program in time for fall 2020. The program is designed to “allow graduates to apply their scientific knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the emerging cannabis industry.” The one-year program will teach students to analyze cannabis for quality, safety and stability, and ...

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Bagnall: One Year on, a Reality Check for Legal Cannabis

Bagnall: One year on, a reality check for legal cannabis JAMES BAGNALL Sales associates at Hobo Recreational Cannabis Store on Bank Street was one of three pot retailers to open in Ottawa on Monday, April 1, 2019, as part of the province's original cannabis retail model rollout. JULIE OLIVER / POSTMEDIA Superette is one of just three retailers in Ottawa with the right to sell dried cannabis products and oil capsules. James Bagnall/Postmedia JPG

Article by James Bagnall, Ottawa Citizen On a quiet Thanksgiving Day along Wellington St. just east of Westboro, a steady stream of customers enters and exits the understated cannabis retail outlet known as Superette. There’s no sign the Oct. 17 anniversary of the legalization of marijuana is at hand. Some customers no longer consult the detailed menu of more than ...

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