Weed CEO Backtracks After Repeating Claim About Fentanyl-Laced Weed On Fox
Canopy Founder Bruce Linton walked back the comments in an interview with VICE.
Weed Is Legal But Its Dank Smell Is Still Under Attack
From condo developments to large legal grows, there’s a big push to eliminate the smell of weed in public.
How Canadian weed execs are dealing with the threat of being banned by the U.S.
U.S. border guards can ban Canadians cannabis users, workers, and investors after legalization
With legalization around the corner, Canada needs more weed
Analysts predict there won’t be enough legal weed to meet demand in the first few months of legalization.
Canada’s legal cannabis market will generate $6.5 billion by 2020
But CIBC says provincial governments will capture most of that weed revenue
Producers are stockpiling weed ahead of legalization — but it probably won’t be enough
Canadian licensed producers have barely enough cannabis to meet two weeks of demand and shortages are expected.
Legal weed producers are unhappy over new cannabis packaging rules
“These are excellent requirements for maintaining the black market in Canada.”
Canadian weed companies are staking their claim in Europe
A series of strategic acquisitions have one main goal in mind: Europe’s medical cannabis market
The Business of Weed
Weed companies still struggling to get loans from Canada's big banks
Many cannabis firms have little choice but to turn to alternative financing
New Brunswick hands liquor board control over recreational cannabis sales
It’s the second province to officially hand exclusive cannabis retail rights to its liquor board as Quebec hints it could follow suit
This is how Big Weed charmed Alberta’s liquor stores
Canopy Growth helped convince private liquor stores in Alberta to get on board with legal cannabis
Canopy Growth AGM highlights tensions between Big Weed and the black market
“We want Trudeau to look great, and the Liberals to look good, because that’s good for us.”