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Update: Canadian LP’s German Partner Pulls Cannabis Batch After Microbe Test

POHL-BOSKAMP pulled a batch of Peace Naturals flowers grown in Canada, after secondary testing discrepancies. The kilo in question had originally passed its Canadian lab test.

Her Mission: Getting Craft Cannabis Into Ontario’s Government Cannabis Stores

After making her name producing pop-up black-market cannabis markets, Lisa Campbell's ready to help craft cannabis find its rightful place in Ontario's government-controlled legal cannabis scene.

How Canada’s Cronos Group Became the First Cannabis Producer on the US Stock Exchange

To ensure its compliance with SEC standards, Cronos enhanced its financial reporting, improved its governance, and tightened internal policies around insider trading and cybersecurity.

Quebec Battles Federal Law and Facts En Route to Legalization

Its government is fighting the federal home-grow mandate, its landlords want the right to ban cannabis, and its top-ranking officials are peddling easily disproven lies. What is Quebec’s problem?

Canada Seems Ready to Break Three International Treaties to Legalize Cannabis

Some legal experts believe Canada should abide by the terms of the treaties even if it means delaying legalization to allow enough time for withdrawal.

How Trina Fraser Became the Canadian Cannabis Industry’s Go-To Lawyer

"What continues to fascinate me is the intersection of politics, law and regulations, cultural and societal values, and business."

Acclaimed Illustrator Reveals the Secrets of Great Cannabis Packaging

“Around the time of putting ideas together (for Lemon Haze), I was in and out of a lot antique stores,” says Ben Frey.

‘Doobies Make Boobies’?: Canadian Cops Apologize for Error-Laden Student Presentation

A Canadian police force has conceded that one of its officers misspoke when they suggested that cannabis consumption leads to breast growth in men—or, as the officer told the students, “Doobies make boobies.”

How the Hippocratic Oath Drove This Doctor to Speak Up About Medical Cannabis

Dr. Michael Verbora spent six years in medical school, during which only 30 minutes were devoted to learning about cannabis. Now he's fighting to change that, one conversation at a time.

Cannabis Act Senate Watch: A Resolved Stalemate Creates a New Sale Date

Senators have agreed to vote on the Cannabis Act by June 7. Because it will take at least eight weeks to get the retail system going after the bill is passed, Canadians will have to wait until at least August to buy recreational cannabis.

Alberta’s Cannabis Plan: Private Retailers With Strict Government Oversight

Today's announcement brought a wealth of specific information for Alberta’s would-be cannabis retailers.

Canada’s Adult-Use Cannabis Legalization to Be Delayed

As recently as last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government was insisting it was on track for legalization in July.

Canadian Health Insurer Announces Groundbreaking Medical Cannabis Plan

Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada announced that members who qualify will have the choice to sign up for an extended-health care plan that insures medicinal marijuana.

Meet the 24-Year-Old Fighting for Canadian Cannabis Patients’ Rights

Driven by his teenage battle to access medicinal cannabis, Jonathan Zaid founded Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM) in 2014, and has been helping Canadian patients find affordable medicinal cannabis ever since.

BC Cannabis Regulations: What You Need to Know

In newly unveiled rules, British Columbia stipulates that individuals aged 19 and up will be allowed to buy recreational cannabis in standalone retail stores, some privately owned and operated, others run by the government.

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