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Legal Dabbable Extracts – Why Misconstrued Potency Shortfalls Cannabis Customers


Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network Although dried cannabis flower became available back in 2018 with federal legalization, consumers were forced to wait over a year for the release of any vaping products. Over the past month, vape pens have slowly begun to hit the market, but in contrast, there is still little to no dabbable extracts for sale legally – one product has been released, ...

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Too Few Green Lights For Smaller Cannabis Growers, Say Producers

CANNABIS BUSINESS Too few green lights for smaller cannabis growers, say producers By Bill Kaufmann Grasslands Taber Cooperative CEO Lindsay Blackett, a former Alberta PC government cabinet minister will start the country's first cannabis cooperative ready to take root in Taber on Thursday, November 14, 2019. Darren Makowichuk / Postmedia Grasslands Taber Cooperative CEO Lindsay Blackett, a former Alberta PC government cabinet minister will start the country's first cannabis cooperative ready to take root in Taber on Thursday, November 14, 2019. Darren Makowichuk/Postmedia Like craft beer, the craft cannabis market is emerging in response to larger commercial grow operations. PNimg Some are comparing small-batch cannabis to craft scotch and whiskey — less widely available, but a higher quality commanding a higher price. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images files

Article by Bill Kaufmann, Growth Op The hippie cachet and seaside accents of Alex Rumi’s craft-grown marijuana have proven such a hit in Alberta, retailers and consumers can’t get enough, the producer says. “Retailers have had a hard time keeping it on the shelves,” said Rumi of the fruits of Good Buds, which boasts both indoor and outdoor organic grow ...

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Returned Product a Hidden Challenge For Cannabis Companies

BUSINESS | News Returned product a hidden challenge for cannabis companies Tara Deschamps Workers produce medical marijuana at Canopy Growth Corporation's Tweed facility in Smiths Falls, Ont., on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018.Sean Kilpatrick

Article by Tara Deschamps, CTV News Soon after cannabis products started flying off shelves following legalization, Canopy Growth Corp. had a $26.9 million problem. The Smiths Falls, Ont.-based company told investors and analysts during a November conference call to discuss its financial results that it was grappling with $20.5 million worth of product being returned from provincial retailers and bracing ...

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Ontario Launches Consultations on Expanding Cannabis Business Opportunities

News Release Ontario Launches Consultations on Expanding Cannabis Business Opportunities Province Looking to Offer More Choice for Consumers and More Business Opportunities

Article by Ministry of the Attorney General The Ontario government is launching consultations in order to provide consumers more choice and convenience on cannabis while giving the private sector enhanced ability to compete against and combat the criminal market. “Ontario continues to take a responsible approach to cannabis retail sales across Ontario, allowing private sector businesses to build a safe ...

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Ontario Considers Cannabis Lounges and Cafes as Part of Future Open Market

TORONTO | News Ontario considers cannabis lounges and cafes as part of future open market

Article by CTV News Ontario is considering allowing cannabis lounges and cafes as it moves toward an open cannabis market. The government is consulting on the possibility of “consumption venues” as well as special occasion permits that would apply to outdoor festivals and concerts. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario says it has received more than 700 applications for ...

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15 Months After Legalization, 2.8 Million Ontarians Live in Places Where Cannabis Retail is Illegal

CANNABIS 15 months after legalization, 2.8 million Ontarians live in places where cannabis retail is illegal BY PATRICK CAIN GLOBAL NEWS

Article by Patrick Cain, Global News About a fifth of Ontario’s population — 2.8 million people — live in places where selling cannabis is illegal. For over a year, almost no Ontario community had cannabis retail whether it wanted any or not and stores opened slowly compared to most other provinces. But as Ontario seeks to quickly expand its cannabis store network ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: February 10 – February 16, 2020

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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, February 10, 2020: Doggie Style Comedy When: 8:00pm-11:00pm Where: Underground Comedy Club (670 Queen St E, Toronto) Price: $10 Tuesday, February 11, 2020: Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Free Cannabis Grow Class When: 6:00pm-8:00pm Where: Grow Op Hydroponics (1332 Bloor St. ...

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Aurora Cannabis to Take $1 Billion in Charges, Cuts 500 Jobs as CEO Exits

Aurora Cannabis to take C$1 billion in charges, cuts 500 jobs as CEO exits Reuters By Nichola Saminather

Article by Nichola Saminather, Reuters via Yahoo Finance Aurora Cannabis said Chief Executive Terry Booth will retire and Executive Chairman Michael Singer become interim CEO as the beleaguered marijuana producer announced C$1 billion ($752.79 million) in impairment charges on Thursday. The company also cut about 500 jobs, including about 25% of corporate positions. Aurora’s U.S.-listed stock fell 13% in after-hours ...

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