With the growing popularity of e-cigarettes, or vaping, health organizations across the country have been pressing for action to limit what they see as a health threat — particularly to young Canadians. The following is a brief summary of the regulatory measures provinces and territories have enacted in an attempt to deal with the situation.
TORONTO - A Toronto children's hospital took the blame on Wednesday for allowing a website it once operated to be taken over by a cannabis company.
TORONTO - Cannabis company Wayland Group Corp. says it has filed for creditor protection to give it more time to raise money and consider restructuring deals.
TORONTO - Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:
RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil’s health regulator has approved guidelines for the sale of medicinal products derived from cannabis.