The Prime Minister expressed hope that Canada's cannabis retail systems will be ready to do business on the date of legalization.
Among the rejected proposals are calls to ban home-grown cannabis and 'cannabis swag.'
The provincial government is expected to make an announcement as early as next week, outlining a plan to let the private sector own and operate cannabis shops.
Shortages could last up to at least six months.
Police are working to identify production licence holders growing excessive amounts of cannabis under Health Canada authorizations.
This week marks the first anniversary of Canada's recreational cannabis legalization, meaning it's a good time to review what's happened over the year.
More cannabis stores are on the horizon.
CannTrust continues to boil in hot water as their second cannabis production facility failed to pass Health Canada's latest inspection.
“We were biting our fingernails a bit. You can’t change the season outdoors."
Veterinarians want to prescribe medical cannabis to their pet patients, helping owners navigate health issues and improve quality of life.
The Toronto rugby team say they are the first pro sports team to enter the CBD-infused products marketplace.
“Certainly a loss of $12 million in six months, we’re not going to continue with that activity.”
HALIFAX – A lawyer for a Nova Scotia motorist whose license was suspended after her saliva tested positive for cannabis says his firm will use the case to launch a constitutional challenge of Canada’s revamped impaired driving laws. Jack Lloyd says Michelle Gray’s case shows the law is too broad and too vague, mainly because […]
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