An Alberta-based cannabis producer wants to sit down with federal lawmakers to talk changes to the proposed tax on legal pot, unhappy with the idea of taxing medical marijuana.
Plans are underway for legal marijuana to be sold in Alberta through private bricks-and-mortar stores, but online sales will be controlled by the government, Postmedia has learned.
Forget the gold rush, first-time investors are looking to cash in on the green rush, but financial advisors are warning those looking to cash-in on soon-to-be legalized cannabis to think before they invest.
Alberta will introduce legislation laying out its plan for cannabis legalization, and also make a final call on whether storefront sales will be managed by government monopoly or private interests, before the end of the year.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The governments of British Columbia, Alberta, and Nova Scotia are currently seeking public feedback regarding proposed cannabis regulations in each province.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Last Friday, Alberta’s government released its highly anticipated draft framework around the province’s marijuana participation. And Alberta citizens have until October 27th to voice their opinions before the framework is solidified.
At the end of 2016 there were 329 doctors registered, by April of this year it had risen to 495.
Vicky Penny was initially barred from entering the grounds with her prescription.
A new Grande Prairie clinic catering to patients interested in using medical marijuana has opened in Grande Prairie.