The recent growth of the cannabis industry attracts hundreds of new business entrants a year, from brands and retailers to ancillary and technology companies.
Legalization is spreading and the “4/20 Holiday” is predicted to be bigger than ever when it comes to legal cannabis sales.
The cannabis market has begun 2019 with a big rally following a horrible Q4.
William Barr, President Trump’s nominee to serve as the next U.S. attorney general, made headlines earlier this month when he pledged during his Senate confirmation hearing not to “go after” marijuana companies that comply with state laws.
Four of Canada’s largest cannabis companies reported earnings this week.
Half of the 10 biggest marijuana companies trading in Canada are now U.S. based.
Robotic Cranes, Genetic Libraries and Activated Oil: How the Cannabis Industry Is Redefining Hi-tech
Canada’s marijuana companies are becoming known for developing best practices for a nascent industry that, if they do it right, could leave them well-positioned to dominate around the globe
From Marijuana Beer to Pot Cookies, Canadian Companies Creating Cannabis Edibles in Anticipation of Legalization
Beer brewed with marijuana, baking mixes concocted to bring out the unique flavours of cannabis oil and good, old-fashioned pot cookies: Canadian companies are creating them all, but it’s unclear when stores will legally be able to stock the edibles for recreational users.
Investor interest in Canada high in advance of marijuana legalization.
A complete list of companies that want to grow and process medical marijuana in Pennsylvania was released Friday by the state Department of Health.