TGOD to Suspend Quebec Production, Lay Off Staff to Further Cut Costs Amid COVID-19

MARIJUANA 19h ago TGOD to suspend Quebec production, lay off staff to further cut costs amid COVID-19 By David George-Cosh

Article by David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD) is the latest Canadian cannabis company to scale back its operations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Toronto-based cannabis producer said in a statement late Wednesday it will postpone production at its facility in Valleyfield, Que. and temporarily lay off staff, but noted it intends to restart its ...

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Cannabis Industry Adapting to Pandemic

NORTHERN ONTARIO | News Cannabis industry adapting to pandemic Dana Roberts CTV Northern Ontario Dana Roberts CTV News Highlife, a cannabis dispensary in Sudbury. is giving away toilet paper. Mar. 25/20 (Dana Roberts/CTV Northern Ontario)

Article by Dana Roberts, CTV News In this COVID-19 era, people throughout the northeast are having a challenging time finding stores that have toilet paper in stock. Now, for a limited time only, Sudburians can turn to cannabis retailer High Life. High Life, located in New Sudbury, saw the struggles many in the community were having and decided to reach ...

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Cannabis Shops to Remain Open During Ontario Shutdown: Sources

MARIJUANA 16h ago Pot shops to remain open during Ontario shutdown: Sources By David George-Cosh

Article by David George-Cosh, BBN Bloomberg Licensed cannabis stores will remain open in Ontario during a provincial emergency shutdown of non-essential businesses designed to limit the spread of COVID-19, according to two sources directly familiar with the matter. Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced Monday that all non-essential businesses in the province will be required to shut down effective Tuesday at 11:59 ...

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Cops Crackdown on Cannabis Smoking Lounge in Laval

MONTREAL | News Cops crackdown on cannabis smoking lounge in Laval Andrew Brennan Assignment Editor / Videojournalist @ABrennanCTV Contact Daniel J. Rowe

Article by Andrew Brennan and Daniel J. Rowe, CTV News The Relaxx Social Lounge on Cure Labelle Blvd. in Laval has run afoul of Quebec’s Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS), which coordinated a raid with Laval Police after discovering patrons were smoking pot in the establishment. The lounge is part of a network of medical cannabis clinics that ...

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Toronto’s Newest Disgraced Recreational Cannabis Dispensary Tokyo Smoke Just Opened on Bloor Street Today

GROW Toronto's newest Tokyo Smoke just opened on Bloor Street today (PHOTOS) Peter Smith

Article by Peter Smith, Daily Hive Tokyo Smoke, the Toronto-born cafe and fashion-focused head shop turned national cannabis dispensary, opened the doors to its newest location in the city on Wednesday. The 570 Bloor Street West location is one of five stores Tokyo Smoke announced in November it would be opening across Ontario, after reaching agreements with some of the province’s cannabis retail ...

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Pot Drinks at the Bar? Ontario to Consult on Cannabis Consumption Lounges

COMMODITIES Marijuana News Wire 20h ago Pot drinks at the bar? Ontario to consult on cannabis consumption lounges By David George-Cosh

Article by David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg Ontario launched a consultation process Monday to solicit input about potentially permitting cannabis consumption in lounges, outdoor festivals and concerts across the province. The provincial government said it is collecting feedback now to explore future policies that could result in a more open cannabis market, although no changes to existing legislation are expected and ...

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More Uncertainty For Canadian Cannabis as Class-Action Suits Filed in U.S.

BUSINESS | News More uncertainty for Canadian cannabis as class-action suits filed in U.S. Graham Slaughter Graham Slaughter Writer

Article by Graham Slaughter, CTV News Canada’s cannabis industry could be in for another hit. At least nine U.S. law firms have launched proposed class-action lawsuits in American courts against three major Canadian cannabis producers: Canopy Growth, Aurora Cannabis and Hexo Corp. While they vary from case-to-case, the allegations include releasing misleading inventory information and overstating the potential for sales. ...

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Cannabis Canada: Aurora Latest Cannabis Company Planning Job Cuts, According to Source

MARIJUANA 14h ago Cannabis Canada: Aurora latest pot company planning job cuts, according to source BNN Bloomberg

Article by BNN Bloomberg Aurora Cannabis to cut workforce by about 10%: Source First it was Tilray, now it’s Aurora’s turn to announce a round of job cuts. BNN Bloomberg was first to report that Aurora Cannabis plans to cut its workforce by about 10 per cent, the latest cannabis company looking for ways to trim costs as it eyes profitability. The ...

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CBD OIL: What You Need to Know About the Popular Remedy

CBD OIL: What you need to know about the popular remedy

Article by Aidan Wallace, Toronto Sun Look up CBD oil on the Internet, and you’re sure to find articles claiming the product is a cure-all compound. Initial research into CBD products was a “mixed bag,” Dr. Taylor Lougheed, a family, emergency, sport, and cannabinoid physician, told the Toronto Sun. However, Lougheed said the research is improving quickly. To help you navigate ...

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CAFE Contributes Over $350,000 to Local Community Initiatives

CAFE Contributes Over $350,000 to Local Community Initiatives PR Newswire PR NewswireJanuary 30, 2020 CAFE contributed over $350,000 in 2019 to local community initiatives, focusing on harm reduction and community integration strategies that help to promote two core pillars of legalization through the platform of legacy market retailers: protecting our youth and encouraging responsible cannabis consumption.

Article by Yahoo Finance CAFE, Cannabis And Fine Edibles, Ontario’s largest independent cannabis retailer today detailed the extent of its 2019 community initiatives in ensuring the protection of, and integration with, the local communities in which its stores are located. Since its first retail location opened in Toronto in 2016, CAFE has promoted a cannabis inclusive environment for its communities, rather than an exclusive environment ...

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