Cannabis

Superette CEO Mimi Lam is taking her cannabis retailing business to the street after the Ontario government backtracked on last week’s decision to shut down all private pot sales in the province.
Hexo's CEO said that restrictions put in place to help stem the spread of the virus will have a material impact on the Gatineau-based company’s earnings
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
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
Industry watchers say this week's rash of cannabis company layoffs and executive departures is likely to continue
An Ottawa bioscience company is turning to the markets for an injection of capital, announcing plans this week for a bought deal offering
The company says work to scale up to commercial production is not complete and it is delaying the launch date while it completes the final steps
Cannabis retailers are gearing up to launch the next slate of legal weed storefronts in Ottawa as the Ontario government lifts a cap on the availability of retail licences across the province