Kira London-Nadeau, for NICHE Canada Cannabis prohibition has caused harm to several Canadians in many ways. One of its most adverse effects on young people specifically has been the limitations of their drug education. This means children, teenagers, and older youth have not received adequate tools to make sound decisions...
Labatt has partnered with B.C. cannabis producer Tilray to research non-alcoholic THC and CBD drinks. “Labatt is committed to staying ahead of emerging consumer trends," said Kyle Norrington, President, Labatt Breweries of Canada. "As ...
It seems the amount of people using cannabis in Canada hasn’t changed much since national legalization last October That’s according to Statistics Canada’s most recent National Cannabis Survey (NCS), zeroing in on the fourth quarter of 2018. Stats Can reports...
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...
It’s been more than six months since recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada, and industry experts say medical users continue to suffer as the medicinal market has taken a back seat. “It seems like a rec-washing, where everything the government is doing seems intent...
Cannabis cookies, chocolates, teas, and more. A new wave of cannabis products are in the works and Canada has officially legalized edibles.  Though they aren’t on the shelves yet – seeing as Health Canada has established a mandatory 60-day processing period after legalization day...