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 cannabis 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 December 2019 from […]

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Consume onsite in licensed retailers, Alaska

Marijuana shops in Alaska will be among the first nationally where onsite use will be permitted. Alaska’s legal marijuana industry hit the milestone Thursday as regulators approved the first retail stores in the state that will be allowed to have customers smoke or consume marijuana products on site. Some cities in other states have approved […]

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Uber and Lyft finally approved for British Columbia

Ridesharing is finally coming to B.C., with the applications from Lyft and Uber being approved for operation in Whistler and the lower mainland. This comes just over a month after the provincial Passenger Transportation Board (PTB) approved the first round of ride-hailing licenses. Both the approval of Lyft and Uber will be subject to them […]

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After the Green Rush: Cannabis Stocks in 2020

In January of 2018, Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB)(NASDAQ:ACB) promoted long-time head of investor relations Cam Battley to the position of Chief Corporate Officer. Battley had earned it. The Aurora stock price was cresting at $14 as the well-traveled and often re-told story about Aurora’s ambitious plan to build a series of industrial-sized, fully automated greenhouses […]

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President of Cannabis NB: It will take more time to be profitable

FREDERICTON — The new president of Cannabis NB — New Brunswick’s Crown-owned cannabis retailer — says it will be next year or more before the operation can be profitable. Patrick Parent says the money-losing agency is like any start-up and needs time to mature. “We are looking at operational improvements. We do recognize there was a […]

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Who exactly is the Community Safety Unit keeping safe?

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, the Community Safety Unit raided The Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary (TMCD) at 1182 Thurlow St. in the heart of the Davie Village neighbourhood in Vancouver’s West End. The raid left many baffled, as the long-running dispensary had been in the process of transitioning to the legal system, having already received their municipal […]

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