Federal prison guards and other front-line correctional workers will not be allowed to use cannabis 24 hours before reporting to work.
Just upriver from downtown Montreal, the Kahnawake First Nation council office takes pride of place in the reserve’s modest skyline, along with a youth centre and a pair of churches.
Air Canada said some of its employees will be banned from using marijuana both on- and off-duty despite recreational use becoming legal in Canada next month.
The internet was agog at skyrocketing cannabis stock prices last week.
Toronto-based company AHLOT is offering up to $1,000 a month to 5 pot aficionados.
With medical marijuana now legal in well over half of the U.S. and recreational marijuana use allowed in nine states (and counting), cannabis companies are scrambling to fill a rush of new jobs in the industry—an estimated 340,000 of them nationwide by 2020.
One of the first rules of operating a successful black market drug dealing operation is to never get high on your own supply.
The growth of Canada’s soon-to-be-legal recreational pot industry is starting to create a small buzz among job hunters.
Education is key as the public gets ready for the legalization of marijuana on Oct. 17, say the members of a panel at a forum held this week in Brantford.
The marijuana industry is currently booming, and there’s plenty of jobs available for people who want to work with cannabis.