Meet the Queen of Green: Hilary Black

For decades, Hilary Black has been sowing the seeds of legalization. Story by JENNI BAYNHA Do you remember the first-ever dispensary in Vancouver? Hilary Black does, because...

Co-op launched to support craft B.C. cannabis producers amid product shortages

Small B.C. cannabis producers and processors are being invited to join a new co-op that aims to help these products “find their...

‘Smoke Safe’ cannabis campaign launched by Canadian Safe Boating Council, Muskoka Grown

The Canadian Safe Boating Council and cannabis company Muskoka Grown have launched a "smoke safe" consumer awareness campaign focused on boating sober...

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...

Reserving the right

With legalization on the horizon, Canada’s First Nations people are faced with yet another potential battle over jurisdiction. By Jamie Shaw (The author would like to apologize...

BotaniQ announces ‘Philanthropist’ finalists in Power 10 cannabis awards

Nominations are now closed for BotaniQ’s “Power 10 of the Canadian Cannabis Industry 2018.” We received more than 1,000 nominations, and we are announcing...

Wiz Khalifa launching cannabis product line with Canadian company

Khalifa Kush Enterprises (KKE) has partnered with a Canadian cannabis investment company to “develop and launch a lineup of premium cannabis products.” Toronto-based Supreme Cannabis...

Canadian Cannabis Update: Unionizing cannabis workers

This latest Canadian Cannabis Update podcast features UFCW's National Representative Kevin Shimmin. Shimmin believes that it's time to...

CANNABIS EDIBLES: The dosage debate

The Canadian government has set 10mg of THC as the per-product limit for edibles in the second wave of legalization, set to...

Cannabis consumption lounges: Is it time for a policy change?

Cannabis consumption can be a social activity, but regulations largely restrict use to private residences in certain areas of Canada.