One of Colorado’s largest recreational pot companies is planning to bring Willie Nelson’s marijuana brand to Canada and go public in Toronto, according to people familiar with the matter.
There’s a lot of buzz around a joint venture between two Newfoundland companies that want to bring cannabis-infused honey and honey products to local and global markets.
Cannabis has become so ubiquitous that its smell is now being bottled and sold as “the scent of the summer” by one of Britain’s biggest perfume retailers.
Claiming cannabis can do wonders in bed, the industry offers items ranging from lubricants to apparently sex-enhancing teas.
While medical cannabis is already available in more than half of American states and recreational cannabis nears the cusp of national legalization, cannabis culture still strongly values self-sufficiency.
Rules requiring special packaging and lab testing lead to fears of legal weed shortages.
This Father’s Day, spoil Dad with the Tesla of dab rigs.
KISS bass player Gene Simmons says he’s never smoked a joint in his life, but he’s now the global ambassador for a company that’s gearing up to sell recreational pot to Canadians.
New model of brewing reduces barriers to entry, but established breweries are crying foul.
A Vancouver health and wellness company will be among the first to produce a line of cannabis-infused beverages in Canada.