Canadians bought $43 million of cannabis in first two weeks of legalization

Statistics Canada says sales at cannabis stores totalled $43.0 million during the two week period following legalization day on Oct. 17. 

Canadian government invests $17M to tackle drug-impaired driving in Ontario

The federal government has announced $17 million in funding over five years to fight drug-impaired driving in Ontario.

B.C. releases updated cannabis rules ahead of Oct. 17

The B.C. government issued a press release on Oct. 5 stating "new and amended" regulations are in place for B.C.'s soon-to-be legal cannabis regime. The...

Canada considers roadside THC drug screener

The Canadian government is pondering whether it should approve a drug screener to test drivers suspected to be impaired by cannabis. Last month, Minister of...

CANNABIS PODCAST: The latest legal perspective on the Draeger Drug Test 5000

In this latest Cannabis Media Collective podcast, lawyers Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko discuss testing of the federal government-approved roadside drug screening...

The game changer

Health Canada caught the cannabis industry by surprise in November when they unveiled sweeping changes to the regulatory approach to cannabis. The proposed regulations...

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: Health Canada announced...

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: Back...

British Columbians content with legal cannabis, study finds

Most British Columbians appear satisfied with both the legalization of marijuana and the framework to acquire cannabis in the province, a new...

Legal challenges, controversial THC limits and slow product roll-outs: What to expect as cannabis...

Canada is just weeks away from the second wave of legalization. To become legal recreationally are edibles, topicals and extracts and together,...