Alberta Health Services says it will not accept philanthropic contributions from the weed industry until its policy is updated.
Alberta’s moratorium on new cannabis stores is clobbering the fledgling retail industry, putting 1,800 jobs in doubt and possibly costing $13 million in wasted leases, say retailers.
It could be as long as 18 months before more Alberta cannabis stores licences are issued due to uncertainties in the legal cannabis supply, says the provincial regulator.
Ken says he’s been selling marijuana illegally for 35 years in Calgary and hasn’t yet felt the need to scope out the legal competition.
Despite bylaws outlawing the consumption of recently legalized cannabis in public places in Calgary, Mayor Naheed Nenshi says he is open to potential changes in the future.
2 retail locations open in city as recreational pot becomes legal in Canada.
Police union unhappy with policy issued to all officers last Friday.
Letting cannabis users light up without smoke blowing into other people’s faces is a dilemma governments from coast to coast are facing.
Calgary’s Cannabis Bylaws ‘tougher’ to Navigate, Newleaf Executive Says.
Calgarians are getting a better idea of where they’ll be able to purchase recreational marijuana, whether at a dedicated dispensary or perhaps under the roof of a supermarket.