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Leafly Canada StaffDecember 3, 2019 Images courtesy of Aurora Imagine this scenario: A handful of senior citizens lace up their sneakers for an extended walk through the West Edmonton Mall. They meet up at a pot shop and, before their excursion, take a guided tour of the store to learn a little about cannabis. If all goes according to plans laid...
Time may be a construct, but the stars don’t lie: December is a time to focus, reflect, and reset intentions for 2020. All signs will feel the impending crunch of lucky Jupiter making a grand ballroom entrance into ambitious Capricorn on December 2, signaling the time to wrap up all those last minute details. After all, who wants to...
The number of cannabis M&A deals in the four weeks ended Nov. 22 plunged to three — from 36 a year ago. Dealmaking has gone quiet in the pot space as the slump in shares removes a vital currency and investors get picky. Last week alone, Cresco Labs Inc. terminated its proposed acquisition of VidaCann Ltd., eliminating US$120 million in near-term...
At the age of 28, John Sinclair was arrested in 1969 for possessing two marijuana joints and sent to prison for nearly three years. On Sunday, the now 78-year-old poet and activist became the first person in Michigan to legally purchase recreational cannabis. “It went swiftly. I got some weed over the counter,” Sinclair told ABC News when reached by...
Danielle GuercioDecember 2, 2019 (cendeced/AdobeStock) Just this past summer, as many as 47 patients in 25 states may have died from VAPI, vaping-associated pulmonary injury, filling newsstands with fear. But did that slow vape sales? Multiple reports recorded an initial dip after the news hit. Bloomberg reported that in Colorado, “Vape pens accounted for just 11% of total recreational cannabis sales as...
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Playing the role of sativa Santa this year would have been a merry prospect, said Calgary candy-maker Brad Churchill. But federal regulator Health Canada’s meticulously measured approach in approving production of licensed cannabis snacks and other derivatives has put those edible elves on hold. “It’s disappointing in the standpoint of not having it in the stores for the holiday season,” said...