Experts

Cannabis sales have levelled out post-coronavirus bump
Right after social distancing protocols and shelter-in-place orders were mandated in cities like San Francisco and Seattle, consumers exhibited panic-buying behaviour by stockpiling necessary goods. Not only did cities count...
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Free weed has become a thing during COVID-19
The spirit of generosity is alive and well, despite our ongoing battle against the spread of COVID-19. While we witness encouraging acts of kindness across all walks of life, the cannabis sector has been no stranger to decency...
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What needs to change to make edibles in restaurants legal?
Even though cannabis is legal, there is no federal, provincial or municipal law in Canada which currently authorizes or permits the sale of cannabis edibles or beverage products in restaurants or bars. In order to sell cannabis...
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Hemp company could bring 1,500 jobs to Prince George
A B.C. company has big plans for Prince George, B.C. and promises to go on a hiring spree to make it happen. Partnership between Canadian hemp producer and U.S. extraction company breaks ground in Alberta Evo Hemp partners...
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Stigma still mars cannabis labour market
A poll by Goldbeck Recruiting Inc. indicates that stigma and personal bias may play bigger roles in the potential of the cannabis industry in Canada than previously thought. How will future employers look at my cannabis-related...
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