New Statistics Canada report shows the country failed to hit sales projections as illicit economies managed to stay alive in key markets.
Based on nearly one year of wastewater testing in five major Canadian cities.
The answer has a direct correlation with the amount of licensed retailers per province.
More Canadians are admitting that they're consuming cannabis before they clock in.
According to the DEA, authorities confiscated more than 5.3 million cannabis plants in 2016—nearly twice what was seized a year earlier.
Cannabis remains the most commonly used illegal substance across the globe, with an estimated 183 million people having used marijuana during 2014.
Move over, kale — there’s a new leafy green in town.
Illegal smuggling hits an all-time low, the Swiss jump on the vape train, and a dog's bum bite harshes a Texas man's mellow.