Canopy's performance in Canada's recreational market has improved "modestly" in recent weeks as brick-and-mortar stores reopened, company executives say.
‘Being first isn't a sustainable strategy’
Third round of cuts for Ottawa-area pot producer since March.
Almonte's 3 Sixty hiring 'on a daily basis' as demand for security guards grows during COVID-19 crisis
As the novel coronavirus continues to wreak havoc with the economy, the founder of Almonte security firm 3 Sixty Risk Solutions has been forced to adapt his business model on the fly.
Ottawa-area pot producer will end cultivation at Colombia facility; will stop operations in South Africa and Lesotho.
Canopy Growth Corp. says it's closing all of its corporate-owned Tokyo Smoke and Tweed stores later today in an effort to help limit the spread of COVID-19
Canopy Growth Corp. is orchestrating a massive overhaul involving a layoff of 500 workers and a multimillion-dollar writedown
The company is backed by two high profile personalities, including former Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton, who sits on its board, and venture capitalist Kevin O'Leary who serves as an investor and…
Canopy Growth Corp. says it's planning further cost cuts as it reported a $124.17-million loss in its third quarter of 2020, though that was less than analysts had expected
The Smiths Falls-based cannabis producer opened its first local store under the Tokyo Smoke brand Monday as the provincial government looks to expand where Ontarians are permitted to get high