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CoronaVirus Leaves Cannabis Companies Struggling To Serve Customers – Same Day Delivery Vital Says CannaLogic

CoronaVirus Leaves Cannabis Companies Struggling To Serve Customers - Same Day Delivery Vital Says CannaLogic More about CannaLogic: CannaLogic is a state of the art ecommerce and logistics management software platform that partners with same-day delivery and dispensary clients globally. We power the user experience to ensure the highest customer acquisition and retention rates in the industry. CannaLogic's platform includes a fully custom, top-shelf eComm site, intuitive POS, Fulfillment, Dispatch and Driver apps, real-time order tracking and automated notifications for customers, drivers, and management. It helps operators route and dispatch efficiently, track proof of delivery, access advanced reports and provide a seamless customer experience. For more information, visit www.cannalogic.com Tracy Lamourie CEO, Creative Strategist & Media Consultant LAMOURIE PUBLIC RELATIONS "Award Winning PR - Toronto, Hollywood & Across North America" hello@cannalogic.com Toronto : 289-788-5881 Beverly Hills : 424-444-8052

Article by Tracy Lamourie, Benzinga Cannabis retail stores across the legal states had already been reporting that they were unable to keep up with the demand when it came to consumers who have expressed a clear preference for same day delivery. Retail stores unable to offer same day services were already struggling to keep their customer in today’s marketplace. (As exciting ...

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Bars, Nightclubs and Cannabis Growers Don’t Qualify for BDC COVID-19 Loans

Bars, nightclubs and cannabis growers don’t qualify for BDC COVID-19 loans SAIRA PEESKER SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL A woman wearing a protective mask walks by a closed Irish pub on Saint Patrick's Day in Montreal on March 17, 2020. PAUL CHIASSON

Article by Saira Peesker, Globe and Mail Many Canadian companies are keen to tap into the federal government’s business credit availability program, created this month to provide emergency financing to businesses affected by COVID-19. But entrepreneurs in the cannabis sector and bar owners are among those discovering they may not be eligible for BCAP’s loans. The $10-billion allotted for the ...

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Cannabis Sector Implores Feds to Include Industry in $82B Stimulus Package

Cannabis Sector Implores Feds to Include Industry in $82B Stimulus Package

Article by Aidan Wallace, Toronto Sun Leaders of Canada’s cannabis industry are pleading with the federal government for help to curb the damage the coronavirus pandemic is having on the sector. Cannabis companies are currently left out of the federal government’s $82 billion stimulus package, something Rick Savone, SVP Global Government Relations for Aurora Cannabis Inc, hopes will change sooner ...

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Oneida of the Thames First Nation Closing to Non-Residents Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Oneida of the Thames First Nation Closing to Non-Residents Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Oneida of the Thames First Nation closing to non-residents amid COVID-19 pandemic FREE PRESS STAFF Updated: March 29, 2020 The Red Eagle Smoke Shop on Oneida Road is a native marijuana dispensary on the Oneida Reserve southwest of London. (Mike Hensen/The London Free Press) SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT The Oneida Nation of the Thames will be closed to the public beginning Monday amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Indigenious territory southwest of London is closing all public access roads at 12 a.m. Monday, the Oneida Council of Chiefs said.

Article by London Free Press The Oneida Nation of the Thames will be closed to the public beginning Monday amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Indigenious territory southwest of London is closing all public access roads at 12 a.m. Monday, the Oneida Council of Chiefs said. The closure doesn’t apply to residents, those with permission from the council, employees and delivery ...

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Health Canada Still Processing New Cannabis Licenses During COVID-19 Crisis

Health Canada still processing new cannabis licenses during COVID-19 crisis Solomon Israel

Article by Solomon Israel, Marijuana Business Daily Health Canada says it will continue reviewing applications for new cannabis licenses and security-clearance applications during the COVID-19 pandemic, but applicants might face some delays. That news could come as some consolation to would-be Canadian cannabis businesses who are awaiting their licenses and security clearances during a time of acute economic uncertainty. Earlier ...

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Cannabis Industry Steps Up To Help During COVID-19 Pandemic

CANNABIS INDUSTRY STEPS UP TO HELP DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC ANDRES MARKWARTMARCH 27, 2020 AURORA STOCK PRICECANNABIS CANADACANNABIS NEWSCANOPY GROWTHCANOPY STOCK PRICECULTUREFEATUREDHEALTHMARIJUANA NEWS

Article by Andres Markwart, Cannabis Life Network Our neighbours to the south are unenviably approaching 100,000 cases of COVID-19 across the country; the largest count worldwide. Here at home, where a faster and more effective approach to dealing with the spread of the virus – an attempt to flatten the curve – has been implemented, Canada sits at 4,610 cases. ...

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Windsor’s First Pot Shop to Open Amid Pandemic

Windsor’s first pot shop to open amid pandemic © Can Stock Photo / Lecaro (Photo courtesy of © Can Stock Photo / Lecaro) By Kirk Dickinson

Article by Kirk Dickinson, Blackburn News A global pandemic is doing little to stop Windsor’s first licensed recreational cannabis store from opening its doors this weekend. J. Supply Holdings will open its Windsor location at 545 Ouellette Ave. for the first time on Saturday at 10 a.m. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis that has swept the country, J. Supply Chief Design ...

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Cannabis Labs Eager to Aid With COVID-19 Testing With 10,000 Backlog in Ontario

Toronto Cannabis labs eager to aid with COVID-19 testing with 10,000 backlog in Ontario Social Sharing Health Canada is working to identify lab capacity to assist with supporting COVID-19 testing Talia Ricci · CBC News High North is a cannabis analytical facility located just outside of Toronto. Its CEO, John Slaughter, says the 16,000-square-foot space can easily be re-tooled to assist with COVID-19 testing. (Submitted by High North) As a former minister of health and long-term care, George Smitherman says he's happy to help cannabis producers connect with the right players to offer their assistance during the pandemic. (Submitted by George Smitherman) Aurora donated 200 N95 masks to Alberta Health and is working with the government to find more ways it can help. (Submitted by Aurora Cannabis)

Article by Talia Ricci, CBC News When John Slaughter finished construction on his 16,000-square-foot cannabis analytical testing facility last year, he never could have predicted it would potentially serve a totally new purpose in the face of a global pandemic. “It’s a gorgeous facility that can scale up and do anything needed in the laboratory industry,” said Slaughter, the CEO ...

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