marijuana

A haze of regulatory uncertainty surrounding marijuana marketing has Ottawa pot producers and investors worried, even as local companies position themselves to capture a slice of the new
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says recreational marijuana will be legal in Canada as of Oct. 17.
Beer brewed with marijuana, baking mixes concocted to bring out the unique flavours of cannabis oil and good, old-fashioned pot cookies: Canadian companies are creating them all, but it's
Canadians who currently use cannabis expect to buy nearly two-thirds of their pot from legal retailers once recreational marijuana becomes legal in Canada, a new survey suggests.
With the first fiscal quarter of the year in the books, CannaRoyalty’s CEO suggested that rising revenues and high-potential acquisitions are positioning the Ottawa-based cannabis holding firm to c
Several former executives from a Carleton Place cannabis firm are launching a new venture and hope to construct a 100,000-square-foot facility in west Ottawa and start cultivating marijua
Canopy Growth is looking to take its pot potential to American investors as the country’s largest cannabis company continues to consolidate
On a day dedicated to embracing cannabis culture, Smiths Falls pot firm Tweed hopes a multimillion-dollar investment will help to brand 4-20 as a force for good.
Ottawa-based CannaRoyalty is targeting the high-end cannabis market with its latest acquisition, all the while deepening its hold in the
A would-be cannabis producer is eyeing 225 acres outside Burnstown in the Ottawa Valley for an outdoor grow-op, a production method that’s not yet legal in Canada but that could have a su