As UFC is delving into CBD research to learn more about how it can help athletes, one fighter is speaking to how it’s helping in the octagon already. “Out of all sports, combat sports in particular has really seen a great use of...
With the Cannabis Act continuing to work its way through the legislative process and a concern around what the final legislation will mean for Canada’s smaller craft growers, we’re bringing together a panel of experts from the cannabis space and the public sector to discuss what sustainable and even...
This Dopist podcast episode features Kate Valley. In this episode, Kate speaks with Veterinarian Enid Stiles who discuss how to keep your pet safe from cannabis toxicity. Listen to learn about caring for pets who have accidentally consumed edibles....
National survey of U.S. consumers reveals they'll pay more for clean, green and pure products Cannabis consumers are deeply concerned with the use of chemical pesticides, fertilization and the environmental impact resulting from the cultivation process, a new study in legalized U.S. states suggests.
A study examining Canadian employers' understanding of chronic disease's prevalence in the workplace has revealed that nearly half of employers believe medical cannabis should be covered by health benefits, up from 34 per cent in 2018. The study also found that 64 per cent...
Some provinces and territories say they may need more time to design and implement rules to govern how cannabis is distributed and sold, and with what age limits. While there is a great deal of experience and expertise around these issues in Canada and abroad, connecting those with questions...
Rielle Capler is a PhD cannabis policy researcher at University of British Columbia and the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use. BotaniQ Magazine spoke to Capler about her work and findings in the area of cannabis being used as a substitute for opiates.
By NICHE Canada There’s no doubt that cannabis edibles will have a considerable impact on the Canadian marketplace, both in terms of regulatory complexity and consumer demand. According to Deloitte, Canadians are expected to spend as much as $7 billion...
Volcani Center has announced "significant breakthroughs" in CTCL skin cancer cannabis treatment in co-operation with MedC Biopharma Corporation of Canada. The company is preparing patents for the treatment of CTCL (Cutaneous T cell lymphoma), a class of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a cancer of the...
Roughly 25 per cent of teenagers in B.C. have tried marijuana, according to a recently released study. The “2018 BC Adolescent Health Survey” was released in March by the McCreary Centre Society. It’s a survey of more than 38,000 students in Grades 7 to...