‘We’re standing up for cannabis culture,’ says Christopher Mennillo, co-owner of a head shop chain.
As of October 17, Ontarians can grow as many as four cannabis plants per household without legal repercussions, as long as they use legally purchased seeds and don’t try to sell the fruits of their labour.
The Grow Room in Regina will be offering workshops to help home-growers.
The cannabis industry is in desperate need of trained workers as legalization looms.
Shoppers Drug Mart has received Health Canada’s approval to be a licensed medical marijuana producer, opening the door for the pharmacy giant to dispense medical cannabis to patients.
Indiana farmers continue to take it on the chin.
While cannabis legalization may be just over a month away, a new survey shows that many Canadian homeowners, renters and landlords don’t fully understand what it means for them.
When the fall semester begins at Stockton University next week, a couple dozen students will settle into class to start studying for a minor in medical marijuana.
Nothing against the hardworking growing staffs using hydroponic setups in warehouses, but the future of cannabis cultivation lies in nature — so why not learn more about it?
Nova Scotia’s cannabis retailer has placed its first orders for recreational weed – 3.75 million grams’ worth.