Cannabis Price Gap Increases, as Illegal Cannabis Prices Fall: Statcan

The gap between what Canadians pay for legal and illicit cannabis is widening — a sign experts say points to the need for the marijuana industry to make prices a priority this year. Statistics Canada said Thursday that the average price of legal cannabis increased to $10.30 per gram in the period between October and […]

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Alberta Cannabis Producer Lays Off 10% of Workforce; Expert Blames Poor-Quality Products

Alberta-based cannabis producer Sundial confirmed Tuesday that it has laid off “less than 10 per cent” of its workforce. In a statement to Global News, it said: “In the spirit of continuous optimization for efficiency and effectiveness, Sundial has made some organizational changes… It’s important we remain agile in responding to the realities of the […]

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The 3 Most Fascinating Cannabis Businesses in San Francisco

Since recreational pot was legalized in California on Jan 1st of 2018, its citizens have witnessed intriguing developments of the already popular cannabis industry. New verticals, products, and services have been popping up all across the state (and the country). Pot farmers, pot deliverers, dispensaries, edible producers, startups trying to service the cannabis players, hospitality […]

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Kiva’s New CBN Gummies Are Designed to Help You Sleep

California-based edibles brand Kiva is launching a new gummy today and with it a rather bold statement: “CBD IS DEAD.” The brand’s newest gummies, Camino Midnight Blueberry, represent its first foray into CBN, a cannabinoid that’s been known to do things like help improve sleep quality and ease restlessness. Even better, Kiva says it does […]

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Fighting the ‘Stoner Stigma’ as a Medical Cannabis Patient

Years ago, I started using cannabis to help regulate my pain. The patient-demonizing “War on Opiates” was just getting started, and filling my valid prescription was becoming harder and harder. Fast forward a few months, and I had completely weaned off 60 mg oxymorphone and 30 mg oxycodone daily. After about three months of using […]

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University of Denver Classes Mold Marijuana Industry Professionals

Legal marijuana’s place in college education is still limited, but it’s starting to pay off for some University of Denver graduates. The university’s Sturm College of Law and its media and journalism programs have offered classes centered on legal weed since 2015, with the Daniels School of Business following suit in 2017. And now, alumni […]

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Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Weed Brand is Not Only Beautiful, but Also Committed to Social Justice

It’s been nine months since Canadian actor, writer, producer, and director Seth Rogen co-founded his Cannabis brand Houseplant with his childhood friend and “Pineapple Express” creator and screenwriter, Evan Goldberg. Launched in April of last year, in partnership with corporate giant Canopy Growth Corporation CGC 2.93% , the Toronto-based business has managed to leave their […]

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Major Canadian Pot Companies Facing Proposed Class-Action Lawsuits in the U.S.

Each producer is accused of misleading investors or failing to disclose certain problems with their businesses. Some of Canada’s biggest cannabis producers are facing proposed class-action lawsuits in the United States after investors were hit with steep financial losses in the stock market. At least nine U.S. law firms are pursuing cases against Canopy Growth, […]

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Cannabis Compound Could Be Weapon in Fight Against Superbugs

Mice cured of MRSA, raising hopes of treating antibiotic-resistant bacteria. A compound made by cannabis plants has been found to wipe out drug-resistant bacteria, raising hopes of a new weapon in the fight against superbugs. Scientists screened five cannabis compounds for their antibiotic properties and found that one, cannabigerol (CBG), was particularly potent at killing […]

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The Unlikeliest State is Voting on Marijuana in November

This conservative state could be going green by this fall. Despite the fact that marijuana stocks had a miserable 2019, cannabis momentum marches on in North America. For instance, by no later than April 30, we should see Mexico officially become the third country in the world to legalize adult-use weed. This follows the country’s […]

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