There’s a renaissance happening in the world of cannabis products, due in large part to the growing trend of legalization across the country.
From texting a local dealer to dropping into a neighbourhood dispensary or ordering online, Canada’s black market for recreational marijuana has seen significant changes in recent years and, no doubt, will see more as the country hurtles toward a new world of legalization next summer.
The modern woman deserves the delightful moments provided by marijuana.
At least 200 would-be customers were lined up outside Rockville’s first medical marijuana dispensary Friday afternoon when one of the owners announced that a cannabis shipment — including elixirs, tablets and flowers — had arrived.
Canada faces one last hurdle to becoming the first G7 nation to legalize recreational marijuana.
There may be a future for cannabis on Virginia’s farms, though navigating its legal status and crafting regulations are hurdles to contend with before the plant can provide any sort of economic boost.
While THC and CBD product sales continue to grow as more states legalize cannabis, some infused-product manufacturers are already looking ahead.
California cannabis entrepreneurs will earn $5.2B in revenue in 2018 as recreational use becomes legal there.
Newfoundland and Labrador has announced recreational marijuana will be sold through private stores.
Memorandum of understanding signed with Restigouche-based company.