Fort McMurray bans public cannabis consumption

Fort McMurray bans public cannabis consumption

A man smokes a joint during a demonstration for the decriminalization of cannabis in France, in Paris on May 12, 2018. THOMAS SAMSON / Getty Consuming or producing cannabis publicly in Wood Buffalo will not be allowed, after council unanimously passed three bylaws regarding marijuana regulation at a special council …

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Asterion Cannabis unveils plans to build world

Asterion Cannabis unveils plans to build world

Asterion Cannabis Inc. today announced a non-brokered private placement of up to C$5mln and its plans to construct the world’s largest greenhouse cannabis production facility in Queensland, Australia. The company said the non-brokered private placement of up to 10 million units will be offered at a price of …

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Recreational cannabis use a possibility with signature campaign

Recreational cannabis use a possibility with signature campaign

Just weeks after Oklahomans voted for medical marijuana, another initiative petition could expand the state’s laws to include recreational use. Supporters of State Question 797 began gathering signatures before the June 26 statewide ballot that saw more than 56 percent of voters approving of medical cannabis. Isaac Caviness, president of …

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Winners and losers in the hot cannabis equity market

Winners and losers in the hot cannabis equity market

There aren’t many sectors worldwide where Canadians have the chance to dominate, but cannabis has the chance to become one. Som Seif and Greg Taylor of Purpose Investments talk about the winners and losers in the cannabis equity market and reveal whether cannabis stocks are safe. Full story is available …

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Cannabis and avocados: Can they save Lebanon’s economy?

Cannabis and avocados: Can they save Lebanon's economy?

Lebanon’s economy minister: Medicinal cannabis market could be a billion dollar industry (AFP) Cannabis and avocados are among the exports which could help open up Lebanon’s ailing economy, a firm hired by the world’s most indebted nation has reportedly suggested. US-based McKinsey & Co. propose the country legalise production of …

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