More fully-licensed cannabis growers and cultivation space are needed to meet a voracious demand for legal marijuana, a spokesman for the industry said last week.
Browsing: Licensed Producers
‘We’re kind of doing it the old-fashioned Maritime way, which is storytelling’.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The world’s largest legal harvest took place almost unnoticed one sunny week in October 2017. The crop was grown at Tweed Farms, located in Niagara-On-The-Lake, the heart of Ontario’s wine country, at their record-setting 350,000 sq ft. cannabis grow facility.
Ahead of legalization, pot distributors claim they don’t want the headaches that come with marketing to young people.
Licensed marijuana producers are eagerly anticipating legislation from the federal government to legalize cannabis.
Health Canada, which is facing a growing controversy over tainted medical marijuana, cannot say with certainty how widespread the use of banned pesticides is within the industry.
John Percy has turned to an illegal dispensary after OrganiGram recall, driving up his monthly bill.
A little over a year after becoming one of Canada’s first licensed producers and sellers of medical marijuana, Aphria Inc. is doubling its size, going on a hiring spree and expanding from dried bud sales into cannabis oils.
At a former Hershey’s chocolate factory just outside Ottawa a company called Tweed now produces a rather different confection: marijuana for Canada’s tightly regulated medical market.
Licensed medical marijuana producers say federal advertising rules pertaining to the drug are impeding their ability to adequately inform doctors and patients of treatment options.