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Smaller Southwestern Ontario Cities Getting Cannabis Stores

Smaller Southwestern Ontario cities getting cannabis stores ST. THOMAS — After being shunned for their big-city counterparts, smaller Southwestern cities are finally getting cannabis retail stores. Dale CarruthersDale Carruthers Bob's Bud Emporium at 483 Talbot St. in St. Thomas will be the city's first marijuana retail store. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, the province's pot regulator, is in the process of granting an unlimited number of retail licences for cannabis outlets. (DALE CARRUTHERS, The London Free Press)

Article by Dale Carruthers, London Free Press After being shunned for their big-city counterparts, smaller Southwestern cities are finally getting cannabis retail stores. Nearly one year after the brick-and-mortar business began opening in Ontario, setting up shop mostly in mid-sized and large cities, operators are now setting their sights on places the size of St. Thomas (population 39,000) and Stratford ...

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Cannabis Firm TGOD Books Loss of CA$145 Million, Has Seven Weeks of Funds Left

Marijuana firm TGOD books loss of CA$145 million, has seven weeks of funds left

Article by Matt Lamers, Marijuana Business Daily Mississauga, Ontario-based marijuana company Green Organic Dutchman’s net loss ballooned to 145 million Canadian dollars ($105 million) for the final three months of 2019 on impairment charges of CA$127.7 million. That is up substantially from the previous quarter’s CA$20 million loss. Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD) reported sales in Canada of only CA$690,000 in the quarter ...

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Second Sault Cannabis Retail Store Application in the Works

HOMELOCAL NEWS Second Sault cannabis retail store application in the works Cannabis Jack’s would be located on Great Northern Road, pending approval about 21 hours ago By: Darren Taylor

Article by Darren Taylor, SooToday Following the March 6 official opening of Hello Cannabis, Sault Ste. Marie’s first legal cannabis retail store, an application for a second cannabis retail store authorization from the Sault is now listed on the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) website. The application is from Cannabis Jack’s, the retail store to be located at ...

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More Stores Look to Join Thunder Bay Cannabis Boom

HOMELOCAL NEWS More stores look to join Thunder Bay cannabis boom New stores proposed on Arthur and Memorial, while another looks to add second location on Red River about 17 hours ago By: Staff Michael Rodenbourgh, co-owner of Tokyo Smoke, smells product at Thunder Bay's first cannabis store. It could soon be joined by several others. (Doug Diaczuk,

Article by After months of frustration that Ontario’s rollout of cannabis retail stores was passing Thunder Bay by, the city is now looking at a boom that could bring the total number of local stores to six. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has opened a 15-day public notice period for two potential new cannabis stores in ...

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Get Ready to Smoke: Another Cannabis Store to Open Next to Ryerson

GET READY TO SMOKE: ANOTHER CANNABIS STORE TO OPEN NEXT TO RYERSON In Campus News, NewsMarch 10, 2020Leave a Comment Reading Time: 2 minutes By Jonathan Bradley PHOTO: JIMMY KWAN

Article by Jonathan Bradley, Eyeopener Another new cannabis store is opening next to Ryerson, meaning students will have three nearby dispensaries to get their next high from. On Feb. 25, HOBO Cannabis Company announced they will be adding 12 new retail locations across Ontario. The location near Ryerson will be at 330 Yonge St., across from the Sheldon and Tracy ...

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Cannabis Canada: Ideal Potency of Edibles May be 5 mg, Producer-Backed Survey Says

MARIJUANA 16h ago Cannabis Canada: Ideal potency of edibles may be 5 mg, producer-backed survey says BNN Bloomberg An employee holds a tray of Aurora Cannabis Inc. Drift brand edibles inside the Hobo Cannabis Co. store in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. Bloomberg/David Kawai

Article by BNN Bloomberg 5 mg of THC may be ideal potency for cannabis-infused edibles, Organigram-backed survey finds How much is the ideal dosage for cannabis-infused products? It appears that 5 milligrams might do the trick, according to a survey funded by Canadian cannabis producer Organigram Holdings. The survey, which polled 2,001 Canadians, found that the ideal potency of edible products ...

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Is the 10 mg Cannabis Edibles Limit Stronger Than We Thought?

EDIBLES Is the 10 mg cannabis edibles limit stronger than we thought? Health Canada was criticized for restricting the potency on regulated edibles. But they may have been right By David Silverberg Photo: Ian Kucerak/Postmedia

Article by David Silverberg, Growth Op Before cannabis edibles arrived on the market in late 2019 and early 2020, there were heated discussions about Health Canada’s limit on cannabinoid content: 10 mg would the maximum amount of THC and CBD per package, whether it was two milligrams of five candies, or one chocolate bar containing 10 mg. Some cannabis aficionados ...

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An Ontario Cannabis Company is Selling Toilet Paper in Wake of Coronavirus Crisis

NEWS An Ontario cannabis company is selling toilet paper in wake of coronavirus crisis “Sometimes you need $135 roll of toilet paper to spread an important message” By Anisha Dhiman As of Monday this week, Ontario-based cannabis vaporizer TVAPE promised to ship coveted stock to nearby locations. TVAPE In this undated photo, TVAPE’s CEO Nima Noori with his father, Parviz Noori. Photo provided As seen on the company website, TVAPE.

Article by Anisha Dhiman, Growth Op Due to coronavirus panic buys, toilet paper shortages are being reported across North America. While retailers try to put limits on the number of packages its customers can buy, one enterprising Canadian cannabis company is taking advantage of the situation for a noble purpose. TVAPE, an Ontario-based retailer of cannabis vaporizers, is promising to ...

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Will Toronto Restaurants Ever Be Able to Sell Infused Meals?

Will Toronto restaurants ever be able to sell infused meals? It's not yet legal for edibles to be sold in restaurants, but industry figures hope a new call for cannabis proposals in Ontario will change that BY AMANDA SCRIVER Ted Corrado prepares dishes at a byMINISTRY event.

Article by Amanda Scriver, Now Toronto Although often shrouded in secrecy, an underground cannabis culture has been brewing in Toronto’s food community for the past several years. On a hot summer afternoon in 2016, I was invited over for a cannabis-infused Sunday ‘potluck’ at the home of chef Charlotte Langley of Scout Canning, an event co-organized with local chefs Nate Middleton ...

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