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Four of Canada’s largest cannabis companies reported earnings this week.
Her medical cannabis is one of the few things keeping Petite Henry from succumbing to the grief of losing her only two children to suicide. But now she’s without it.
As cannabis is legalized — although it remains illegal under federal law —and goes mainstream in California and other states, the cookbook industry has churned into high gear with books on what ways to use jazz cabbage beyond the bong.
When it comes to side dishes that can double as main meals, is there anything better than macaroni and cheese?
Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more awareness of laws around storing marijuana in vehicles and passengers smoking weed, law enforcement officials say.
A national cannabis shortage has led to corporate battles for whatever pot is available. Now, Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis has stepped in to referee some of the disputes.
Annette Walker hasn’t been able to fill her adult daughter’s prescription for a month.
A man living in Saskatoon claims Royal University Hospital staff turned him away from treatment after he told doctors he takes medicinal marijuana for his anxiety.
This is National Epilepsy Awareness Month, with a campaign designed to raise awareness about the neurological disorder that affects around 200,000 new patients each year.
Half of the 10 biggest marijuana companies trading in Canada are now U.S. based.
The supply shortages that have plagued many provinces in the first month of legal cannabis will likely persist for years, industry insiders say.