Canadian companies pushing the cannabis envelope

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This week, the Leamington, Ont.-based company issued what it touts as the highest potency topical available in the Canadian market. The newly available products were developed by Abitibi, Que.-based mindiCANNA, the first cannabis micro-producer to emerge in Quebec. / Developed by Abitibi, Que.-based mindiCANNA, the first cannabis micro-producer to emerge in Quebec, Amos craft cannabis products are the first offerings under the DLYS moniker to hit SQDC shelves. The launch is under DLYS, a brand-collective that unites regional micro-producers in the province so they can share resources and help bring local cannabis to market. Ontario-based Aphria has issued what it touts as the highest potency topical available in the Canadian market. / The topicals’ scents have been selected to match consumer wants and are rich to the touch, Aphria reports. ROSE LifeScience Inc. — a private company created in 2016 that is committed to ensuring its home province benefits from the responsible production, sale and use of cannabis — has launched Quebec’s first cannabis micro-producer, according to the company.

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COVID-19 might be keeping many Canadians indoors and idle, but the activity has not slowed for a number of cannabis providers who continue to identify new and innovative approaches to benefit marijuana consumers.

Consider what’s going on in Quebec. ROSE LifeScience Inc. — a private company created in 2016 that is committed to ensuring its home province benefits from the responsible production, sale and use of cannabis — has launched Quebec’s first cannabis micro-producer, according to the company.

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