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CannTrust files response to Health Canada, names special committee members

TORONTO - The fate of CannTrust Holdings Inc. is in Health Canada's hands after the cannabis company formally responded to the regulator's finding that it was growing pot illegally at its Ontario greenhouse.

By: Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

The Leaflet

Meet Canada's newest micro-cannabis farmer

Does your cannabis oil contain palm oil?

Solomon Israel

Regulators revoke licences of pot producer Agrima

The Canadian Press

CannTrust puts hold on all cannabis products

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

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CannTrust's unlicensed crops could count as 'illicit cannabis': lawyers

Solomon Israel

Dear Herb: How do I convince my co-owner that it's safe to grow cannabis in our house?

CannTrust's unlicensed growing scandal: A primer

Kosher Kush cannabis shouldn't be called 'kosher,' rabbis say

Solomon Israel

CannTrust shares dive after licensing issue

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

Dear Herb: The summer grab bag edition

Ontario gets ready for 50 new cannabis stores

Solomon Israel

Canopy Growth's co-CEO Bruce Linton ousted

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

World News

Meeting planned over disputed Oka land Friday

The Canadian Press

Second CAMH patient goes missing

Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press

TORONTO - Another man convicted of violent criminal offences and deemed to pose a significant risk to the public managed to briefly escape from a Toronto mental health treatment facility where he was being detained, police said Tuesday, confirming it was the second such incident this month.

Police uncover illicit marijuana cooking site

The Canadian Press

Vancouver police say they've shut down a multimillion-dollar drug operation that had allegedly been selling high-potency cannabis oils and concentrates to unlicensed cannabis stores and the illicit market.

Meth cited as cause of Winnipeg property crime increase

Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Canadian Press

CannTrust files response to Health Canada

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

Toronto fights to keep illegal pot shops shut

The Canadian Press

Toronto is ramping up its fight to close the last remaining illegal cannabis dispensaries.

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