Original cannabis journalism for Canadians

"I wasn't suggesting police enforcement"

Organigram CEO Greg Engel says he doesn't want to see black market players arrested -- he has a different kind of enforcement in mind

By: Solomon Israel

New excise tax structure for cannabis concentrates reflects industry wishes

Solomon Israel

Dear Herb: I'm younger than 18. Can I work in a head shop?

The Leaflet

Cannabis and cardiovascular emergencies: Probably real, probably rare

Parents to get help having 'the talk' about pot

Solomon Israel

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What's at stake in Ontario's cannabis store rollout

Reefer, reuse, recycle: Canadian cannabis packaging campaign gets underway

Solomon Israel

Dear Herb: What amount of cannabis edibles can I legally carry in public?

Former NHL players to take part in study to test cannabinoids

Gregory Strong, The Canadian Press

TORONTO - One of Canada's foremost brain injury experts said he's "reasonably hopeful" that there is potential for the medicinal value of cannabinoids to be combined with other treatments to help those affected by post-concussion issues.

Union sees room for growth in Canada's cannabis industry

Solomon Israel

Do fatal car crashes actually increase on 4/20? Not so fast, says new research

Solomon Israel

Dear Herb: Can I use cannabis as a visual aid for my educational workshops?

Benefit plan coverage for medical cannabis still uncommon, says expert

World News

Cops probe pot-laced brownies at seniors' lunch

Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press

A monthly community lunch for a group of Ontario seniors took a strange turn this week after many attendees got sick from consuming cannabis-laced brownies, provincial police said Thursday.

Canopy Growth acquires hemp firm AgriNextUSA

The Canadian Press

Pot sector welcomes edibles tax changes

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

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