Tiki Barber, formerly a star running back for the New York Giants, has worn many different hats since retiring from the NFL in 2007. But Barber’s latest venture is a little more controversial.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Last week, big shots, salespeople, liberty seekers and motivated entrepreneurs looking to cash in on the “green rush” converged on the basement of the Vancouver Convention Center for the cities first cannabis conference since “legalization.”
The Jamaica Medical Cannabis Corporation Ltd. (JMCC), a Canadian-Jamaican medical cannabis exporter, signed an agreement to invest $2 million USD over ten years to identify analyze, and preserve Jamaica’s indigenous cannabis strains.
Investments in plants for processing industrial hemp and pharmaceutical cannabis amounting to at least 255 million euros are currently in progress in Greece, says the director of Cannatec Greece, a company leading the sector.
Legal cannabis is now a multi-billion-dollar business. Let that sink in for a minute.
The scion of a family that made a fortune in chewing gum is moving into pot.
A Vancouver businessman banned for life from entering the United States over his investments in American marijuana companies says he plans to seek a waiver that permits him to cross the border.
An organic farmer has cleared the first hurdle in receiving $1 million to build a greenhouse to grow organic cannabis in southern Ontario.
It used to be taboo.
Bank of Montreal is emerging as the most aggressive of Canada’s big banks in the cannabis industry.