Fire & Flower, a cannabis retailer based in Alberta, announced Tuesday that they have reached an agreement with one of the winning applicants to open a store on York Street in the Byward Market.
Opinion: A monopoly on e-commerce benefits the government, and the black market, at the expense of consumers.
Would-be cannabis shop owners in Ontario have just a few weeks left to pass through intense regulatory hoops if they hope to be selling marijuana by April.
The Tragically Hip-backed pot producer Up Cannabis plans to have an “experiential hub” inside one of Ontario’s first legal recreational weed stores located in the band’s hometown of Kingston.
City council voted Tuesday to update zoning bylaws to allow the city to consider potential sites for cannabis retail outlets.
The cannabis market has begun 2019 with a big rally following a horrible Q4.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario says cannabis customers will have to order and purchase pot products in person at licensed stores.
A privately-owned cannabis store in Newfoundland is closing, and the manager says supply issues are largely to blame.
Here’s some good news about the labor market: The cannabis industry is creating jobs at a rapid pace, a new study from employment site Glassdoor finds.
After more than three months of legalized cannabis, Alberta counts 36 per cent of the country’s legal pot shops.