Tweed Marijuana, Canada's first publicly traded medical marijuana company, says it has shipped its first orders of the drug to clients.
Browsing: Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations
There’s a reason patients call it “Hellth Canada,” and it’s not because they’re doing a hell of a job.
Court challenge, overlapping regulations leave some producers in a bind
You won’t believe where Canada’s legal marijuana supply is really coming from!
Ottawa’s introduction of a medical marijuana strategy last summer was supposed to relieve some anxiety.
Protest comes after Ottawa said it would challenge injunction letting medical users keep growing pot
The government will appeal the Federal Court's injunction that allows medical pot smokers to keep growing their own stash.
Doctors across the country will be pushed next week into the role of medical-marijuana gatekeepers, becoming the final decision makers on who gets legal pot.
Patients who are currently licensed to grow their own pot will be permitted to continue producing the drug when new regulations take effect on April 1, a Federal Court judge ruled Friday.
Starting April 1, Canadian medical marijuana users have to buy dried buds from licensed businesses