Silicon Valley is no stranger to cannabis culture, so it’s no surprise that tech companies are driving innovation in the pot world. And guess what? They’ve got some seriously impressive products.
When Beth Stavola initially recruited her youngest sister away from a “respectable” job on Wall Street to join her in the medical marijuana industry, their conservative parents were less than thrilled.
Happy hour at the Bud+Breakfast inn smells funkier than most. At 4:20, guests pile into the living area for hors d’oeuvres and good company as they light up marijuana pipes and joints.
The Twin City Bank in Longview, Washington has been serving cannabis dispensaries and other marijuana-related business since recreational dispensaries opened there in 2014.
Whether you’re ready or not, cannabis is coming to the neighbhourhood – and across Canada.
Mix a money guy, a cannabis dispensary owner, an inventor and a diet writer and the result is a recipe for a marijuana-infused nut butter that claims to have healthful properties — and that packs a longer, smoother high.
Start-ups mobilize to get a piece of what could be a $13.9B industry.
Almost half of Canadians would try pot-infused food if available, study finds.
Cannabis juice bar, live music and more than 25 cannabis brands at Sunday’s Valentine’s Day event.
Perhaps it will be called Cannabeer.