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Ontario Appellate Judge Dismisses Latest Motion to Suspend Pot Shop Licensing Process

MARIJUANA Oct 2, 2019 Ontario appellate judge dismisses latest motion to suspend pot shop licensing process By David George-Cosh The interior of Toronto's Hunny Pot cannabis store on April 1, 2019 , David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg

Article by David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg An Ontario appellate judge ruled on Wednesday to dismiss a motion by a group of disqualified cannabis store applicants requesting the province’s retail cannabis licensing process be suspended pending an appeal being heard. “The process that the government has decided on should be permitted to proceed. If the moving parties are ultimately successful, they ...

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The Lesser-Known Cannabis Compounds

THE LESSER-KNOWN CANNABIS COMPOUNDS ANDRES MARKWART AND GUEST CONTRIBUTOROCTOBER 3, 2019 BLOG CANNABIS CANADA CBD NEWS CULTURE CULTURE EDITORIAL FEATURED HEALTH HEALTH MARIJUANA NEWS SCIENCE SCIENCE THC NEWS

Article by Andres Markwart, Cannabis Life Network When most of us think about Cannabis, the two active substances that come to mind are THC and CBD. THC (short for tetrahydrocannabinol) is the prominent mind-altering component that gives cannabis most of its psychological changes. CBD (short for cannabidiol) is the non-psychoactive component that can give its users a calm and relaxing feeling.  The lesser-known cannabis compounds you need to know about. However, nature ...

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Out-Of-Stock Cannabis is Becoming a Big Problem for Online Shoppers

Out-of-stock pot is becoming a big problem for online shoppers Jeff LagerquistYahoo Finance Canada Customers and staff at the Hunny Pot Cannabis Co. retail cannabis store shop as marijuana retail sales commenced in the province of Ontario, April 1, 2019. REUTERS/Moe Doiron

Article by Jeff Lagerquist, Yahoo Finance Canada Lacking the brick-and-mortar store density of mature recreational cannabis markets like Colorado, online shopping is an essential channel for legal pot sales in large swaths of Canada. Unfortunately, out-of-stock rates are on the rise, according to a new analysis of e-commerce platforms by Cowen. Analyst Vivien Azer looked at 1,485 products with 3,032 SKUs ...

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Which Canadian Cannabis Strains are the Most Balanced?

CanadaStrains & products Which Canadian cannabis strains are the most balanced? Brad Martin

Article by Brad Martin, Leafly In order for a cannabis strain to be balanced, it needs to have both THC and CBD compounds at intermediate and near-equal levels. Alternatively, if a cannabis strain has a higher value of THC to a negligible value of CBD (e.g., 10-30% THC, trace amounts of CBD), it’s considered a high (or potent) THC strain. The same ...

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Legalized Cannabis Hasn’t Hurt Productivity, But Most Employers Don’t Allow it at Work, Survey Suggests

Business Legalized cannabis hasn't hurt productivity, but most employers don't allow it at work, survey suggests Social Sharing Survey finds 86% say their employers don't allow cannabis use before, during and sometimes even after work Brandie Weikle · CBC News Recreational cannabis has not had nearly the negative impact on workplaces that some Canadians expected it would have prior to legalization on Oct. 17, 2018, a new online survey suggests. (John Robertson/CBC) Hendrik Steenkam of ADP Canada, the human resources software company that commissioned the survey, says the uncertainty Canadians felt about how legal recreational cannabis would impact workplaces has eased. Still, it would be wise for employers to clarify their policies to staff, he said. (ADP Canada) Employment lawyer Nadia Halum Arauz of MacLeod Law Firm in Toronto said the employers she worked with were initially concerned about possible negative effects of cannabis at work and that she's not surprised these appear to be overblown. (Luis Solano Pochet)

Article by Brandie Weikle, CBC News Legal recreational cannabis hasn’t had the negative effect on workplace productivity that some Canadians expected, but that could be because most of us work for organizations that don’t allow it at work, a new online survey suggests. Conducted by Ipsos on behalf of ADP Canada, a human resources software company, the survey suggests that most Canadians ...

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Palm-Scanning Cannabis Vending Machines are Soon to be a Reality in Canada

GROW NEWS & POLICY BUSINESS Palm-scanning cannabis vending machines are soon to be a reality in Canada Peter Smith Photo courtesy of RNMKR Agency Vending machines are interesting inventions. The technology has ensured that overpriced chocolate bars have been distributed to the hungry masses for decades. Soon, the same row of brightly lit machines could include a new green addition.

Article by Peter Smith, Daily Hive Vending machines are interesting inventions. The technology has ensured that overpriced chocolate bars have been distributed to the hungry masses for decades. Soon, the same row of brightly lit machines could include a new green addition. As Signifi Solutions, a company that focuses on automated retail, and Dispension Industries have teamed up to produce a cannabis vending ...

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Karma Cup 2019 Recap

KARMA CUP 2019 RECAP MIKE O.OCTOBER 2, 2019 CANNABIS CANADACULTUREFEATUREDLIVE ON LOCATIONMARIJUANA NEWSVIDEOS0 COMMENTS25 VIEWS The sixth annual Karma Cup went down Sept. 7-8 in downtown Toronto, and it was one for the ages! Our friend Craig Ex aka The Expert of Expert Joints was there to bask in all of the good karma and even better cannabis, and he had the pleasure of handing out the famous Karma Cup trophies to 36 much-deserved winners! But before the closing award ceremony, Craig Ex made sure to explore everything that the 2019 Karma Cup had to offer, which was “some of the finest [cannabis] vendors in Canada doing their damn thing!” as he so succinctly put it.

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network  The sixth annual Karma Cup went down Sept. 7-8 in downtown Toronto, and it was one for the ages! Our friend Craig Ex aka The Expert of Expert Joints was there to bask in all of the good karma and even better cannabis, and he had the pleasure of handing out the famous ...

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Innovation Alert: Canadian Companies Hitting the Jackpot With These Cannabis Beverages

BUSINESS Innovation alert: Canadian companies hitting the jackpot with these cannabis beverages Here's the latest buzz on THC and CBD infusions that actually taste great By Anisha Dhiman Nicholas Reichenbach, founder and CEO of Alkaline Spring Water, with Gwyneth Paltrow. Late last year, the Ontario-based company announced the launch of its beverage line Flow Glow, CBD-infused antioxidant water. Flow Alkaline Spring Water Sweet Reason Beverage Co. via instagram. Hill Street Beverage Company via Instagram Flow Alkaline Spring Water announced the launch of its beverage line Flow Glow, CBD-infused antioxidant water late last year. Photo: Facebook Province Brands of Canada via Instagram Sproutly has developed “Infuz2O, the first truly water-soluble cannabis solution to be formulated into beverages/drinks.” Getty Images

Article by Anisha Dhiman, Growth Op From cannabis-infused sparkling water that contains only five calories to pot beer that doesn’t taste disgusting (no seriously, the taste has been compared to dish soap and even urine), these Canadian companies are thinking outside of the box when it comes to drinkable weed. Sweet Reason: Hemp CBD-infused sparkling water There’s no reason why obsessions ...

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