The local medical marijuana grower is now equipped with extra space and a license to fill it
The Trudeau government is sticking with its deadline to legalize recreational marijuana by July 2018, despite provincial fears that there's not enough time to address the legal, social an
Marijuana industry insiders say they have met with the operators of Canada's largest stock exchange to devise a policy on investing in the U.S., where growing and selling cannabis violate
Since co-founding the Green Organic Dutchman, a medical cannabis producer based in Ancaster, Ont., Jeannette VanderMarel says she has often found herself the only woman in a room full of
Governments from across the country will meet next month to debate a key question about Canada's eventual recreational-marijuana market: How much should users pay for their pot?
The federal government is hoping to find strength in numbers as it tries to stamp out the illicit marijuana market.
The recreational marijuana industry is expected to take a sip of less than one per cent initially out of annual Canadian alcohol sales once it becomes legal, a new analysis says.
Marijuana industry trailblazer Chuck Rifici is turning to streaming – a business model often used in mining – to tackle what he says are growing pains facing the rapidly expanding sector.
The CEO and chairman of Loblaw Companies says he hasn't ruled out the possibility of selling recreational marijuana, a slight shift in position for Canada's largest grocery and drugstore chain.
Pharmaceutical distributors say they have a ready-made system for marijuana distribution that they say is far superior to mail-order pot.