Featured Cannabis News Articles

Wednesday, 18/07/18
Commercial brokers looking to place insurance for cannabis providers should be paying close attention to the information their clients keep on medical marijuana patients. Cannabis regulations announced last week will supersede the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations once the regulations take effect this October. What may be... + continue reading
Wednesday, 18/07/18
Health Canada tapped the opinions of children as young as five years old as it attempted to decide what warning symbol would work best in mandatory labelling of cannabis products when pot is legalized later this year. The purpose of the symbol is to "prevent accidental ingestion of products containing cannabis, in particular by children and... + continue reading
Wednesday, 18/07/18
On the shores of Gimli, Man., a popular beach town about an hour north of Winnipeg, sits a tall, bearded statue of a Viking wielding an axe. It commemorates Gimli’s history as an Icelandic settlement, the centre of a region that became known as New Iceland in 1875 and is still the largest harbour on Lake Winnipeg. These days, the lakeside... + continue reading
Wednesday, 18/07/18
Halifax Regional Council has voted in favour of new bylaws which will regulate smoking in public areas and ban smoking on all municipal property. The rules ban smoking on sidewalks, streets and all other municipal properties including parks, trails and playgrounds. The council voted 13-3 in favour of the so-called... + continue reading
Wednesday, 18/07/18
With the growing demand for medical marijuana, and as the October 17 date for legalization in Canada approaches, it would appear that everyone is getting into the business, including a former federal politician from Kelowna and a First Nations chief from West Kelowna. Former Conservative Kelowna-Lake Country MP Ron Cannan has jumped right into... + continue reading
Wednesday, 18/07/18
With the upcoming legalization of cannabis, WorkSafeBC is helping prepare employers and workers by educating them about impairment on the job with new online resources. The focus of the new resource is not so much about enforcement or testing, but rather on the issue of assessing functional impairment, according to Tom Brocklehurst, director of... + continue reading

Recreational Marijuana

Wednesday, 18/07/18
After seeing an increase of patients in his Hamilton-area emergency room who have consumed too much cannabis, one doctor hopes an education program can prevent future issues. New users have been... + continue reading

CannaBusiness

Wednesday, 18/07/18
A Saskatoon company is betting Saskatchewan cannabis users will prefer homegrown. It's not an idle gamble. The walls and roof are already up on the Bold Growth Inc. building north of the... + continue reading

Cannabis Politics

Wednesday, 18/07/18
On the shores of Gimli, Man., a popular beach town about an hour north of Winnipeg, sits a tall, bearded statue of a Viking wielding an axe. It commemorates Gimli’s history as an Icelandic settlement... + continue reading