There’s a London-based cannabis-infused afternoon tea menu bringing a whole new meaning to the concept of high tea.
Less fish, more 4/20 if one local entrepreneur has his way.
The $15 million facility will have 25,000 plants producing 10,000 pounds of marijuana a year.
In the boardroom at his former merchant bank office in Calgary, Sonny Mottahed is taking down a black-and-white photo of the wooden derricks over Spindletop, the historic crude find that started the Texas oil boom.
Licensed weed producers in Canada are hoarding massive amounts of medical marijuana in their inventories in anticipation of selling it on the recreational market.
A roundup of some cannabis industry deals you may have missed.
Eighteen months after California voters enthusiastically endorsed legal marijuana, just one in seven cities in the state allow recreational cannabis stores, according to a first-of-its-kind study by this news organization and its California partners.
John Boehner, the former Republican speaker of the House who once said he was “unalterably opposed” to decriminalizing marijuana laws, has joined a board of directors for a cannabis company with an eye on rolling back federal regulations.
Second Cup wants to serve up a different kind of buzz by converting some of its coffee shops into cannabis dispensaries and, when legal, pot lounges.
The head of a leading firm that connects businesses with job seekers says that employment in the legal marijuana industry is growing faster than any other field.