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When It Comes to Cannabis Workplace Injuries, the Eyes Have It

When It Comes to Cannabis Workplace Injuries, the Eyes Have It

All workplaces can be hazardous. Even your garden variety cubicle-farm office is required to have safety guidelines posted in visible places, usually in the break room, from OHSA, the federal Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration. About 350 of Colorado’s 31,000 cannabis workers recorded minor workplace injuries last …

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Cowen Counts the Points in Aurora Cannabis (ACB) Stock Favor

Cowen Counts the Points in Aurora Cannabis (ACB) Stock Favor

Canopy Growth’s (CGC) announced intention to purchase Acreage Holdings dominated headlines last week. In fact, it dominated headlines so much that many investors may have missed the note that Cowen’s Vivien Azer put regarding Canopy competitor Aurora Cannabis (ACB). That would be a crying shame — because in Azer’s estimation, …

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Cannabis PR Firm Mattio Communications Completes Seed Round

Cannabis PR Firm Mattio Communications Completes Seed Round

Mattio Communications, a cannabis marketing company, said Tuesday it completed its seed round of funding that included a number of high profile venture capital firms. What To Know Among the investors that participated in the seed round were Phyto Partners; Alan Patricof, founder of Greycoft; and Green Seed Fund. Mattio …

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Wayland Group Signs Definitive Agreement with ICC International…

Wayland Group Signs Definitive Agreement with ICC International...

TORONTO, April 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wayland Group (CSE:WAYL) (FRANKFURT: 75M) (OTCQB:MRRCF) (“Wayland” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company has signed a definitive agreement to sell a 49.9% interest in Wayland’s international portfolio of assets to ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE:WRLD.u) (FW8:8K51) (OTC:WLDCF) (“ICC”). The …

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Pot sales in Canada flat

Apparently, recreational marijuana users in Canada have satisfied their collective appetite, at least in the near term, as legal cannabis sales have stagnated. According to StatsCan, the government’s national statistics agency, industry sales in January and February were C$105M (US$79M), flat compared to September and October of last year. BMO …

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