How a passion for innovation—and disdain for opioids—made a cannabis true-believer of this Canadian entrepreneur.
The famously straight-edge punk legend holds forth on lovable stoners, the connection between cannabis and gay rights, and his goal of being a "moral force" in the cannabis space.
When Health Minister Lucie Charlebois speaks of a majority who oppose home growing, it very well may be a deck stacked with companies who stand to make a profit from keeping Quebeckers from growing their own.
Some Indigenous communities want an all-out ban on cannabis. Others want to be able to grow and sell cannabis freely. All feel they have a moral right to decide for themselves.
Founder of the Bloc Pot and the Marijuana Party (and co-founder of the Montreal Compassion Centre), Marc-Boris St-Maurice reflects on several decades of fighting the good fight for cannabis.
Licensed producers are racing to debut cheaper “value brands,” often in bulk-priced options.
The issue has grown heated for Alberta retailers following a rash of robberies.
One third of Canadian cannabis consumers have no idea what they bought.
This could be what's holding up the launch of cannabis infused drinks in Canada.
The decision to allow the sale of cannabis vapes was based on “available evidence, data and other provinces’ decisions on cannabis vaping.”
US Customs and Border Protection has begun opening and seizing Campobello Island residents' mail.
A mix of cash, cannabis, and covered windows have made stores an attractive target for criminals.
Licensed producers will soon be able to sell products straight from the farm in Ontario but consumers will likely still have to pay retail prices.
Quebec’s retail model, though strict, has been a peculiar success in the country. Now, the province has decided to adjust its initial retail plan.