Former Governor Phil Bryant has made his opinion on medical cannabis crystal clear.
Maine’s recreational cannabis market is inching closer to becoming a reality.
Aurora Cannabis has promoted Miguel Martin to CEO, while warning investors to expect declining quarterly revenue and write-downs of up to 1.8 billion Canadian dollars ($1.37 billion) when it reports fourth quarter results in two weeks. Martin, former CEO of hemp company Reliva, joined Aurora as chief commercial officer after it acquired Reliva earlier this…
Cronos Group has become the latest Canadian cannabis company to shake up its top ranks, replacing former CEO Mike Gorenstein with experienced consumer packaged goods executive Kurt Schmidt. The announcement comes just one day after major Canadian producer Aurora Cannabis announced its new CEO. Schmidt’s appointment was the result of a year-long search for “an…
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The study compares three states with legalized cannabis to five states without it.
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Members of Israel’s Green Drone group used a drone to drop packets of cannabis on Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square. One of the masterminds said it was ‘his patriotic duty.’ The post Weed falling from the sky! 2020 is finally looking up appeared first on Leafly.
An illicit delivery service is staging a series of cannabis drops in Israel.
Cannabis producer Canopy Growth has conducted more layoffs, this time at its operation in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, the company confirmed. “Canopy Growth did conduct a number of layoffs in Niagara-on-the-Lake as a part of the larger restructuring efforts outlined by the company earlier this year,” according to Jordan Sinclair, vice president of communications for the Smiths…