The end of prohibition — and the increasing expectation that the Trudeau government will expunge the records of all Canadians with minor cannabis possession convictions — is all well and good in principle.
Recreational cannabis will be sold online in Ontario when legalized this fall and in private retail stores across the province early next year, the government announced Monday, reversing the previous administration’s plan to distribute cannabis through publicly owned outlets.
Free Cannabis Giveaways Paint a Picture of What the Post-legalization Black Market Will Look Like, Say Experts
With no concrete path to legality, dispensary owners see a future where craft cannabis producers are once again forced into the shadows.
Legislators in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), a U.S. territory, have approved a bill to legalize marijuana.
Premier Doug Ford and the Ontario Progressive Conservative government have signalled that cannabis will be sold in privately owned stores rather than through the newly created and government-owned Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS)
From Hydroponics to Robotics, a Medical Cannabis Grower Took Starmetro Through His Process From Seed to Harvest
Hydroponics, robotics, high-powered lights — growing weed on an industrial level is a serious business. But according to one local independent grower, getting cannabis to flower is as simple as tending to a house plant.
The Ontario government will allow legal cannabis to be sold in private stores, a reversal of the previous Liberal government’s decision to give the provincial liquor regulator exclusive rights over retail sales.
Advisory council’s recommendation may pave way for loosening of laws.
A father who juiced cannabis to ease the suffering of his two daughters has avoided jail time.
The recommendation comes in a big report to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.