CANNABIS CULTURE – The world’s largest legal harvest took place almost unnoticed one sunny week in October 2017. The crop was grown at Tweed Farms, located in Niagara-On-The-Lake, the heart of Ontario’s wine country, at their record-setting 350,000 sq ft. cannabis grow facility.
Tweed Inc. has tripled its production capability at 1 Hershey Drive in Smiths Falls, Ontario, near Ottawa while filling a vacant piece of real estate that plagued the town for years.
Leafs by Snoop are expected to be available in Canada through Tweed later this month.
Tweed is taking its grass party to new heights with a summer bash on the lawn of its marijuana factory in Smiths Falls.
Canopy Growth Corp., the largest of Canada’s publicly traded marijuana companies, is preparing to export its expertise through a new Brazilian partnership.
Tweed will get exclusive rights to rapper’s brands.
As Ottawa prepares to legalize recreational marijuana, the 27 companies licensed to grow and sell medical pot in Canada are getting ready to cash in.
At a former Hershey’s chocolate factory just outside Ottawa a company called Tweed now produces a rather different confection: marijuana for Canada’s tightly regulated medical market.
The GTA’s first medical marijuana consultation centre opened in Etobicoke on Thursday.
‘Patient support centre’ will have no marijuana on-site