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OUR VIEW: People need more options for buying cannabis

OUR VIEW: People need more options for buying cannabis

B.C. is getting its first-ever “cannabis professor” – which seems like a natural progression after Canada legalized pot last month. The newly created position at the University of B.C. will see a dedicated professor, M-J Milloy, overseeing clinical trials of cannabis in relation to opioid treatment. Milloy’s position is branded as …

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Neal Brothers and Newstrike partner on cannabis edibles

Neal Brothers and Newstrike partner on cannabis edibles

Part of cannabis and small business and retail Expand stories Available now: Cannabis Professional, the authoritative e-mail newsletter tailored specifically for professionals in the rapidly evolving cannabis industry. Subscribe now. Food entrepreneurs Chris and Peter Neal, best known for Neal Brothers chips and salsa, have teamed up with Newstrike Brands …

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Six week update following cannabis legalization

Six week update following cannabis legalization

Six week update following cannabis legalization – Video | Breakfast Television TorontoBreakfast Television Toronto Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes. Learn more or change your cookie preferences. Rogers Media supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles. By continuing to use our service, …

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How Big Will Canada’s Legal Cannabis Market Be?

A Canadian flag with a pot leaf at its center

On October 17, 2018, Canada became the first G7 nation to fully legalize recreational cannabis. Cue the speculators. As a massive, formerly black market transforms into an above-board one, companies from around the globe in a range of disparate industries—agriculture, yes, but also tobacco, beer, software, and even fashion and …

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