Canada a Global Destination for Weed Tourism? Not Anytime Soon

Canada a global destination for weed tourism? Not anytime soon By Emanuela Campanella Multimedia Video Journalist Global News WATCH: Cannabis tour companies say the prohibition of promotion is hindering their businesses.

Article by Emanuela Campanella, Global News Cannabis tourism companies are cropping up across major cities in Canada. But since Canada’s legalization of marijuana on Oct. 17, 2018, tour companies say the rules around what is and isn’t allowed remains unclear when it comes to how they market their business.  Toronto Toke Tours is one company trying to get their foot in the door. They ...

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Burlington’s First Cannabis Store

Burlington’s first cannabis store Posted: February 24, 2019 10:30:48 PM Category: Peel Tags: brick and mortar, burlington, cannabis, store, weed

Article by CHCH Burlington’s first brick and mortar cannabis store is holding its breath awaiting final approval to set up shop. People in the community have until March 6th to voice any concerns they have to Ontario’s Alcohol and Gaming Commission. The interior of the future legal pot shop is currently hidden behind large sheets of brown paper. What can’t ...

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Canadian Exchanges Hold Lottery for POT Stock Ticker Wednesday

MARIJUANA Investing 17h ago Canadian exchanges hold lottery for POT stock ticker Wednesday Kristine Owram, Bloomberg News

Article by Kristine Owram, Bloomberg News The stock symbol POT is up for grabs on Canadian exchanges and demand is so high that they’re holding a lottery for the first time ever to determine who gets it. POT, previously the ticker for Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan before it merged with Agrium Inc. to form Nutrien Ltd., becomes available for use on Friday. ...

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Brampton, Halton Hills and Aurora Opt-In, Vaughan Opts-Out to Retail Cannabis Stores

Brampton, Halton Hills and Aurora opt-in, Vaughan opts-out to retail cannabis stores

Article by Toronto CityNews Brampton, Aurora and Halton Hills are three of the final GTA municipalities to opt-in to pot stores, while Vaughan has voted to opt-out on one of the final days to do so. Municipalities have until Jan. 22 to make a decision whether brick-and-mortar marijuana stores would be allowed within their borders. Brampton City Council voted 8-3, ...

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Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Pot Shop Reacts to Ontario Cannabis Lottery

Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory pot shop reacts to Ontario cannabis lottery By Kraig Krause Now that the Ontario cannabis lottery results have been announced, a pot shop in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory says the new bricks-and-mortar retail stores will improve business.

Article by Kraig Krause, Global News It remains business as usual for those working in the cannabis industry on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory after the winners of the Ontario cannabis lottery were announced Friday. There were five licences awarded in the eastern region that includes Ottawa, Kingston and Barrie. According to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario’s official results, the five winners ...

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Is Ontario’s Once-Secret Pot Warehouse Just Too Small?

Is Ontario’s once-secret pot warehouse just too small? By Patrick Cain WATCH: Ontario's Ford government may face a lawsuit over cannabis labour contract with OPSEU

Article by Patrick Cain, Global News Ontario’s cannabis warehouse is almost exactly the same size as B.C.’s, despite having to serve three times the population, Global News has learned. All recreational cannabis legally sold in the province must move in and out of the facility, which is located in an industrial park in Oakville. The government-owned Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation has ...

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Cannabis Supply Slowly Improving But Not Enough to Allow More Licences: AGLC

Cannabis supply slowly improving but not enough to allow more licences: AGLC By Emily Mertz Cannabis producers are trying to catch up to overwhelming demand. While supply issues are improving, Alberta Gaming Liquor Cannabis' hold on issuing new retail licences remains. Tom Vernon reports.

Article by Emily Mertz, Global News The Alberta regulator in charge of the legal marijuana market says supply is improving, but not enough to start issuing new cannabis licences. Cannabis was legalized across Canada on Oct. 17, 2018. On Nov. 21, Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis suspended new applications and said it wouldn’t issue any additional cannabis retail licences until further notice. ...

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