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Edibles Will Be Available in Canada in December 2019

Health Canada has finalized new regulations governing edibles, extracts, and topicals.

Seed Certification, Global Research Lab Set Out to Standardize US Hemp

A global hemp research lab, a nascent national review board for hemp varieties, and a handful of seed certification programs are working to standardize US hemp for a world market.

Church of England Sees Green, Explores Investing in Medical Cannabis

Britain's largest religious organization announced this week that it will lift a longstanding prohibition on medical cannabis in order to explore investing in the fast-growing industry.

Cannabis Retail Guide: SpiritLeaf, Stonegate, Calgary

See inside this Spiritleaf outlet located near YYC.

Oregon Is About to OK Cannabis Exports. What’s Next?

Oregon has too much cannabis. Other states don't have enough. A newly passed bill hopes to address the imbalance—and may lower prices for some consumers.

Cannabis Retail Guide: Spiritleaf, St. Albert

See inside the Spiritleaf location on the outskirts of Edmonton.

How Curaleaf Connects New Yorkers with Medical Cannabis

We visited the Curaleaf dispensary in Queens to find out how their team is helping New Yorkers understand the state’s evolving medical cannabis program.

Medical Marijuana Sales Soar in Oklahoma, Topping $23M in May

To date, medical marijuana sales have generated nearly $10.7 million for state coffers in Oklahoma.

This Week in Cannabis: Top Stories From Across Canada From June 1-7

Cannabis news from around the web.

Canada’s Cannabis Community Remembers Pioneer, Activist, Tracy Curley

Tracy’s legacy and impact is perhaps most apparent through the lives she touched.

Trump’s China Tariffs Leading to Shoddier, Pricier Vape Carts

President Trump’s trade war with China inflicts pain on the cannabis industry, and consumers too.

Muskoka Welcomes Ontario’s First Cannabis-Friendly Resort

Sir Sam’s Inn and Spa leads the pack by announcing the province’s first green resort.

Eaze Hit With Lawsuit Over Credit Card Payments

New lawsuit claims Eaze sidestepped restrictions on credit card transactions for cannabis purchases in order to gain an unfair advantage over competitors.

RCMP Silent on 2014 Drug Bust Involving Major Licensed Producer

The RCMP in BC and in Ottawa debated "strategic considerations," including informing the press.

Why One Extraction Expert Thinks Cannabis Companies Are Overbuilding

Cannabis extractors are growing capacity quickly, but one industry watcher thinks overreaching on buildouts could actually hamper the industry.

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