Canopy Growth

Hiku Brands is the parent company of the Tokyo Smoke coffee shops, which also sell pot paraphernalia.
Ottawa-area pot producer Canopy Growth Corp. has launched a Latin American subsidiary and acquired a Colombian medical marijuana company
Canopy Growth president Mark Zekulin has added the role of co-chief executive alongside Bruce Linton.
Canopy closes $500M round, LiveWell to go public, CannaRoyalty plans to raise $30M
Marijuana industry titans will gather in New Brunswick next week to discuss how to market cannabis in a competitive legal marketplace, and other issues raised by the dawn of government-run weed.
With this latest acquisition, the small-town Ontario grower’s ambitions of building a global cannabis powerhouse come closer to reality.
Ottawa-area firm has seen its total licensed growing space triple in 2018 to more than 2.4 million square feet.
Canopy also announced Monday that it would acquire the remaining stake in BC Tweed, a large-scale growing operation in British Columbia formed through a joint venture with an undisclosed partner.
Tweed Collective’s website asks for interested parties to submit their do-good pitches in – you guessed it – 420 characters or fewer.
Scientists are developing ideas for products – from cannabis-infused drinks to new edibles – ahead of anticipated changes to Canada's marijuana laws.