Public servants and former politicians are buying into legal pot, raising concerns of cronyism and conflict of interest.
Legal weed in North America is expected to reach $22.6 billion in revenue in 2021. But many won’t be spending their money on marijuana the way they do today.
California native Malcolm Mirage’s dream was to own a legal cannabis dispensary.
Data obtained by CTV News shows the number of Canadians registered to use medical marijuana has soared from 30,000 to nearly 130,000 since Justin Trudeau became prime minister, after campaigning on a promise to legalize the drug.
Marijuana could be the next mega-industry in the US.
When Jeff Patterson first created Eaze, an app service that allows medical marijuana patients to purchase home-delivered cannabis products from 100 different dispensaries across California, 80 percent of the marijuana products purchased through the app consisted of raw flower.
It’s a green Monday in Maine.
A wedding is an occasion of many firsts: the first look, the first kiss, the first dance.
At his midtown hydroponics gardening store, Chris Corsello saw many of his customers face a similar dilemma: They wanted to ask his advice but not tell him what they were growing.
The number of Canadians legally signed up to buy medical marijuana has more than tripled in the last year.