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Farewell from The Leaf News

After two years of reporting on cannabis legalization in Canada, The Leaf News is closing down.

Dear Herb: Goodbye, and thanks for all the questions

Province rolls out education campaign for cannabis edibles

Solomon Israel

Possession pardons beneficial but not perfect, recipient says

Solomon Israel

Quebec government raises age to buy weed, but industry hopes it won't be forever

Solomon Israel

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Dear Herb: I'm registered to grow medical cannabis. Can I legally export my crop?

Hexo shares slip as it reports $56.7M Q4 loss

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

New, recyclable cannabis containers ready for blue bin

Solomon Israel

Bonify cannabis sales licence reinstated by Health Canada

Solomon Israel

The Liberals are back. What does that mean for cannabis policy?

A year of legal cannabis in Canada, by the numbers

Solomon Israel

Weed a $2.4M loser in Manitoba

Solomon Israel

Since Ottawa legalized marijuana it's been pretty mellow

Solomon Israel

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Stock markets flat to end positive week

Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press

N.S. to sell cannabis at more liquor stores

The Canadian Press

HALIFAX - The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation plans to sell cannabis at 14 more of its outlets within the next year — more than doubling the number of places to buy pot across the province.

CannTrust Holdings names Greg Guyatt new CEO

The Canadian Press

VAUGHAN, Ont. - CannTrust Holdings Inc. says it has appointed its chief financial officer, Greg Guyatt, to be its CEO as the company works to come back from the fallout of its operation of unlicensed grow rooms.

Canopy Rivers swings to loss, withdraws guidance

The Canadian Press

TORONTO - Canopy Rivers Inc. says it swung to a loss in its third quarter of 2020 and has withdrawn its full-year guidance over multiple headwinds in the cannabis industry.

Canopy Growth says more cost cuts coming

The Canadian Press

Auditor general slams N.L. fine wine program

The Canadian Press

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador's auditor general has slammed the province's liquor board for a misguided program that permitted the purchase of millions of dollars worth of high-end wine, benefiting a relative of the agency's CEO at the time.

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