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Thu
26
Aug

Cannabis N.B. to let local producers set up retail shops

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There could soon be more shops selling New Brunswick-grown cannabis products.

Cannabis N.B. has announced a new farm-gate program, in which licensed cannabis producers will be invited to apply for permission to sell their products onsite, where they are grown, the Crown corporation said in a news release.

The program is meant to give local producers a higher profile, as well to "educate customers about their products" and create tourism opportunities, CEO Lori Stickles said.

Rod Wilson of the New Brunswick Craft Cannabis Association said he expects it will be similar to the way wineries can give tours and sell their wine onsite.

Wed
25
Aug

Organigram Extends Popular SHRED Product Portfolio with High-quality, Value-priced SHRED’ems Gummies

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Captures #1 share of edibles position in inaugural launch province of PEI within two weeks of launch

Wed
25
Aug

How did legal pot become such a tough business?

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Three years ago, cannabis stocks were the hottest things on the market. Weed was about to become legal in Canada and it seemed everyone was going to get rich in the process. Today, millions of grams sit untouched, going stale on shelves.
 
Three years ago, cannabis stocks were the hottest things on the market. Weed was about to become legal in Canada and it seemed everyone was going to get rich in the process. Today, millions of grams sit untouched, going stale on shelves. Some of the industry's biggest names have gone through round after round of layoffs. And even now, almost half of the pot sold in Canada is on the black market. How did Canada's legal pot industry blow its opportunity?
 
Fri
20
Aug

Soldier faces prison over cannabis-laced cupcakes

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A Canadian soldier is facing up to five years in prison after being found guilty of handing out cupcakes laced with cannabis to fellow troops during a live fire exercise.

 

Unaware they'd been drugged, the soldiers reported feeling intoxicated and confused, and worried about their safety handling munitions after ingesting the cupcakes at Canada's Gagetown base in New Brunswick in July 2018.

In a statement to AFP, the military said Bombardier Chelsea Cogswell was on Wednesday convicted of eight counts of administering a noxious substance to soldiers without their consent and one count of disgraceful conduct.

Tue
17
Aug

Organigram Launches Edison JOLTS, Reinvents the Ingestible Extract

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A first-to-market product, Edison JOLTS lozenges combine the benefits of sublingual oil with the convenience and portability of softgels

 

MONCTON, New Brunswick--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Organigram Holdings Inc. (“Organigram” or the “Company”) (TSX: OGI) (NASDAQ: OGI), the parent company of Organigram Inc., a leading Canadian producer of cannabis, is pleased to announce the launch of Edison Cannabis Co. (“Edison”) JOLTS, Canada’s first flavoured high potency THC lozenge. Edison JOLTS are available in a package of 10 mint flavoured lozenges with 10 mg of THC per lozenge for a total of 100mg per pack.

“We believe this proprietary product will appeal to cannabis consumers looking to explore the cutting edge of cannabis in Canada”

Wed
04
Aug

Organigram Appoints Beena Goldenberg as Chief Executive Officer

MONCTON, New Brunswick — Organigram Holdings Inc. (“Organigram” or the “Company”) (TSX: OGI) (NASDAQ: OGI), the parent company of Organigram Inc., a leading Canadian producer of cannabis, is pleased to announce Beena Goldenberg, formerly Chief Executive Officer of The Supreme Cannabis Company Inc. and previously Chief Executive Officer at Hain-Celestial Canada, ULC, has been appointed the Company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Ms. Goldenberg will assume the role effective September 9, 2021.

Mon
12
Jul

The competition is on for the first Cannabis NB Cup and you can be a judge

New Brunswick has announced the launch of its inaugural Cannabis NB Cup – and up to 600 New Brunswick cannabis connoisseurs will have the opportunity to personally judge who grows the best bud on the East Coast.

The competition, which has been organized by sole legal provincial cannabis retailer Cannabis NB, will feature products from eight different Atlantic Canada-based licensed producers.

Mon
28
Jun

New Brunswick poised to fully embrace marijuana businesses. Here's how

The county seat may become the county hub for recreational marijuana businesses.

An ordinance allowing licensed cannabis establishments in all six classes approved by the state to operate in the city is slated for a public hearing and final passage early next month.

The six classes of licenses allowed for recreational marijuana in New Jersey are grower, manufacture, wholesale, distributor, retailer and delivery.

The hearing on the  ordinance will be held at 5:30 p.m. July 7 in the New Brunswick City Hall Council Chambers.

Thu
24
Jun

New Brunswick poised to fully embrace marijuana businesses. Here's how

The county seat may become the county hub for recreational marijuana businesses.

An ordinance allowing licensed cannabis establishments in all six classes approved by the state to operate in the city is slated for a public hearing and final passage early next month.

The six classes of licenses allowed for recreational marijuana in New Jersey are grower, manufacture, wholesale, distributor, retailer and delivery.

The hearing on the  ordinance will be held at 5:30 p.m. July 7 in the New Brunswick City Hall Council Chambers.

Wed
23
Jun

New Brunswick poised to fully embrace marijuana businesses. Here's how

 The county seat may become the county hub for recreational marijuana businesses.

An ordinance allowing licensed cannabis establishments in all six classes approved by the state to operate in the city is slated for a public hearing and final passage early next month.

The six classes of licenses allowed for recreational marijuana in New Jersey are grower, manufacture, wholesale, distributor, retailer and delivery.

The hearing on the  ordinance will be held at 5:30 p.m. July 7 in the New Brunswick City Hall Council Chambers.

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