Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada will become the first major insurance company to add medical marijuana to its group benefits plans for Canadian companies
A Nova Scotia human rights board has ruled that a patient’s medical marijuana should be covered by his employee insurance plan in a potentially precedent-setting case.
Is eating a pot brownie each day to help with your chronic pain as bad for you as regularly lighting up a cigarette?
Medical marijuana users can still be considered smokers, even if they use edibles or vaporizers
TORONTO — Canadians who have been prescribed medical marijuana could one day see their insurance company footing the bill, experts predict
The marijuana industry’s shady past and current illegal status at the federal level have kept most insurance companies from offering policies to the new industry.
One public policy with profound impacts on business and the economy is rarely evaluated: drug prohibition policy.
The growing medicinal marijuana business in the United States despite the drug's illegal status has many insurance firms seeing green — as in money.
Quebec’s auto insurance protection agency has been ordered to pay $5,000 to a Quebec man so that he can grow and smoke marijuana in his home.