Lift & Co. is readying to host a four-day cannabis expo in Vancouver this week that's being touted as "Canada's premier cannabis business conference and trade show." The 2019 Vancouver Lift & Co. Expo event will feature more than 400 speakers and exhibitors, running...
Alberta’s first cannabis recall was announced on Jan. 4 after mould was detected in a single batch of product. Up Cannabis says it issued the “voluntary product recall as a precautionary measure regarding a portion of a single, specific lot of its cannabis sold...
It's coming almost three months after recreational pot was legalized in Canada, but two legal cannabis stores have now opened up shop in Vancouver. Both opened over the weekend. Although it was widely reported that Kitsilano's Evergreen Cannabis store...
It's hard to argue that cannabis wasn't the biggest Canadian story of the year in 2018. And the Chief Statistician at Statistics Canada agrees. "2018 was an action-packed year in the world of data," noted a release from Stats...
BotaniQ Magazine is excited to announce it is expanding to the United Kingdom. BotaniQ will be the first publication solely dedicated to medicinal cannabis in the UK, and the first to reach legislators and policy-makers in Westminster. BotaniQ's special UK edition will fill this gap...
Kira London-Nadeau It would be quite the understatement to say that 2018 has been important for cannabis in Canada. This year, non-medical cannabis legalization was the object of conferences, meetings, consultations, and presentations, through which a common thread stood...
The first podcast of 2019 and the new Cannabis Media Collective is here. This one features Alison McMahon, CEO of the Cannabis at Work. If you're looking for a job in the cannabis space, this interview is not to be missed.
Irwin Naturals says it’s giving away $1 million worth of CBD, in celebration of the U.S.’s legalization of hemp. "Our mission is to spread health to the world through plant medicine,” said company founder Klee Irwin, who is also the author of Pain Nation.
The term “canna-curious” has been named the Word of the Year by Civilized Worldwide, a North American media and lifestyle brand. “2018 may be coming to a close, but it opened the door for people interested in modern cannabis culture, aka the ‘canna-curious,’” noted...
Canadians are worried about an increase in cannabis-related driving as the New Year approaches, according to a new poll released Dec. 27 by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA). Nearly three quarters (73 per cent) of those polled said they believe there will be an...