Canada is hungry for edibles while many US states are enjoying a tasty buzz.
The meme lord tracked her cannabis consumption experiences for a week. From VIP penthouse parties to dinner with her parents, Wolfie lived the high life.
As the Dutch stumble towards legalization, Canadian businesses are taking advantage of their talent.
Massive profits and empty shelves followed legalization in Canada, while some US states are seeing a “bloodbath of prices” thanks to an oversupply of weed.
Cannabis is flying off the shelves in some provinces, but there isn't enough supply to meet the high demand.
If you somehow waited until legalization to try cannabis, here’s what you need to know.
We spoke to dealers, cannabis farmers and edible bakers about their plans post-legalization.
It’s one of Justin Trudeau’s few policy wins, but he doesn’t deserve all—or even much—of the credit.
A province-by-province breakdown of government-approved stores opening on October 17. You’re welcome.
Where are we now when it comes to cannabis concentrates and extracts? And more importantly, where are we going? Here’s a peek.
Extraction tech is advancing, and the cannabis industry is just starting to discover and isolate the numerous cannabinoids found in the plant besides THC and CBD.
Long live reefer madness.