A Winnipeg-based cannabis producer is recalling two types of pot sold in Saskatchewan.
A separate medical cannabis system must remain in place to protect patient access and proper treatment after recreational sales of the drug are legal, argues a local advocate.
Markups of 9% and 75 cents; plus retailers will have to pay 6% of revenues.
Smoking or vaping cannabis would not be allowed in most indoor, outdoor public spaces.
Manitoba is sifting through more than 100 applications from businesses that want to sell recreational marijuana when it become legal next summer.
Ontario-based Canopy Growth and Winnipeg’s Delta 9 working on plan to serve Manitoba market.
The Manitoba government is reaching out to the public to gauge interest on growing and selling marijuana once it’s legalized.
Dr. Roman Chubaty billed patients up to $300 for authorization, says College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Marijuana for Trauma opens in Headingley, operates 12 other centres in Canada.
A Manitoba couple is securing plans for a medical marijuana company that will grow, package and ship medical marijuana from a former sewing factory in Portage la Prairie.