Cannabis and Black Communities: Inclusivity and Social Justice are Key

By NICHE Canada Last week NICHE held an important dialogue in Toronto to explore the impacts of cannabis legalization...

Window opacity rules a safety issue for Canadian cannabis companies: ACCRES director

Regulations requiring cannabis shops in B.C. to have opaque windows serve as a potential safety issue for the storefronts.

Teens in U.S. states allowing medical marijuana smoke less cannabis: study

According to a large-scale study of American high school students, legalizing medicinal marijuana has actually led to a drop in cannabis use...

How the Task Force Report is informing legalization and regulation

The federal government's Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation report released last December includes a comprehensive review of the research and recommendations of...

CANNABIS LICENSING: How Fair is Luck of the Draw?

By NICHE CANADA Everyone loves a lottery, right? They’re great when it comes to office pools, charity draws and...

PODCAST: A study on cannabis use and driving risks

In this latest podcast from Cannabis Media Collective, Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko examine the findings of a scientific paper called "Cannabis...

Fire & Flower receives ‘conditional approval’ for 37 Alberta cannabis stores

Cannabis retailer Fire & Flower said Tuesday that it has received conditional approval from the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC). Under the conditional...

Canada to study social media to learn about perception of pot

If you thought the government wasn't keeping an eye on your social media, think again. The federal government is about to launch a study exploring...

NICHE this Week: 5 Things You Need to Know

As you kick off the week, here are five things making news in the cannabis industry: NICHE Blog: O’Cannabiz...

Canadian government approves roadside THC drug screening test

With just weeks to go before cannabis is legalized in Canada, the federal government has approved a roadside saliva test for drug screening. Minister of...