"Craft" cannabis producers looking to try their hands at microcultivation are running into resistance from municipalities that aren't ready or are reluctant to have them set up shop.
Tobacco giant Altria Group will invest $2.4 billion in Canadian cannabis producer Cronos group for a 45-per-cent ownership stake as the global market for legal pot continues to grow.
With the federal government’s promised pot pardon bill yet to be tabled, NDP MP Murray Rankin is poised to make one final plea for the Liberals to back his bill for expungements.
Police in Ontario say that two elementary students were sent to hospital after a child took his or her parent’s cannabis cookies to school.
The Quebec government tabled legislation this morning that would raise the legal age for consuming cannabis in the province to 21.
A new pilot study from Statistics Canada suggests Halifax has the highest rate of cannabis consumption per capita among five urban centres across the country.
The first commercial pot shops in Massachusetts sold more than $2.2 million worth of marijuana products during the first five days they were open for business.
Cannabis company Newstrike Brands Ltd. has struck a deal to create co-branded edibles with specialty foods company Neal Brothers Inc., best known for its chips and salsa.
Though cannabis was legalized Oct. 17, edibles will not be legal until sometime within the next year. But that hasn't stopped entrepreneurs from cooking up pot-infused candies, cookies and other items and selling them online or in dispensaries.
Marijuana, long snuck on to college and university campuses for use in bongs and joints, is now being grown legally at several academic institutions across Canada.
Yang Qu hopes to lead the way in unlocking the full potential of cannabis -- both commercially and medicinally -- just as he did as one of Canada's foremost anti-cancer drug researchers.