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.
Fashion-forward weed designs buck stigma and bring pot paraphernalia out in the open.
Some garden centres in Alberta say they’re disappointed that the province won’t allow them to sell marijuana seeds or seedlings when recreational cannabis becomes legal in October.
Another major beermaker is looking at ways to enter the marijuana business.
Marijuana dispensaries across California are having a fire sale of sorts. With the Golden State’s new legal cannabis regulations taking effect July 1, retail shops selling edibles and other pot products are cutting prices to move old non-compliant inventory.
Medical marijuana patients will have a new option to get their pot.
From Marijuana Beer to Pot Cookies, Canadian Companies Creating Cannabis Edibles in Anticipation of Legalization
Beer brewed with marijuana, baking mixes concocted to bring out the unique flavours of cannabis oil and good, old-fashioned pot cookies: Canadian companies are creating them all, but it’s unclear when stores will legally be able to stock the edibles for recreational users.
Province lays out rules in anticipation of federal legalization.
Saskatchewan has chosen the 51 owners who will operate cannabis retail stores in the province.
Marijuana businesses are growing in size and scope as Canada moves toward legalization of recreational pot, creating an increasingly daunting job for those tasked with enforcing the rules.