The wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of dozens of people who kicked off the Epic 420 Festival in Windsor.
Organizers say you’ll be able to consume cannabis, learn about vaporizers and extracts, and have a ‘ganja good time’.
Cannabis producer Beleave plans to hire 240 employees at its planned south London greenhouse and outdoor cultivation operation, the company’s chief executive says.
The already bustling cannabis scene concentrated in Essex County’s southeastern corner is getting another major addition this spring with pot company PharmHouse Inc. set to begin growing medical marijuana at a new $150-million operation in Leamington.
‘It Was Totally Worth the Wait.’ Some Customers Lined Up 24 Hours to Be First to Buy Legal Pot in Toronto
The lineup went around the corner Monday morning on Queen St. W. at the Hunny Pot Cannabis Co., as the first legal bricks-and-mortar pot retailer opened in Toronto at 9 a.m.
Ontario’s first cannabis retail shops are set to open their doors next week, but some of the 25 licence holders are still wading through the lengthy approval process and might not be ready for business.
James E. Wagner Cultivation secures production licence from Health Canada.
People attending a craft beer festival in Toronto in June will be able to smoke pot there, too, in what organizers say will be the first legal cannabis lounge in the province.
Quebec started legalization with only a dozen cannabis stores to serve the whole province — or one for every 700,000 people.
The address fifth and final cannabis shop has finally been revealed, just six days before all the stores are set to open.