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Canada’s First Micro-Cultivator Crop Ready For Retail

Shelter Craft Collective brings Saskatchewan farmer to market VICTORIA, March 9, 2020 /CNW/ – Shelter Craft Collective, a division of 1193269 BC Ltd., doing business as Shelter Cannabis (“Shelter”) is proud to announce that North 40 Cannabis (North 40) was made available to retailers in Saskatchewan today. North 40 is …

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Why Kevin O’Leary is betting on psychedelics

‘Mr. Wonderful’ tells WP why he’s investing in a psychedelic drug company after publicly trashing cannabis investment Kevin O’Leary is backing a neuro-pharmaceutical company testing psychedelic-inspired medicines. As of this week the company, Mind Medicine (MindMed) Inc. is trading on the NEO Exchange. O’Leary told WP why he’s backing MindMed, …

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A Budding Innovative Cannabis Solution: Shipping Container Farms

Since legalization, the upsurge in cannabis cultivation, processing and retailing has ignited innovation. Cannabis growers, processors and retailers are continuously looking for new and improved ways to circumvent the many challenges associated with traditional methods of cannabis cultivation, production and sales, such as constraints on space, harsh or unpredictable climate …

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Ontario received 450 cannabis store applications on March 2

Approximately 450 cannabis stores applications were filed in Ontario on March 2 – the first day Retail Store Authorization (RSA) submissions were accepted under the province’s new open-market process. The strong interest demonstrates pent-up demand for regulated recreational marijuana stores, experts say. Ontario is pivoting to an open-market store-allocation process …

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Who knew? Lower prices trigger higher sales at Cannabis NB

Sales in December at government owned stores climb for the fourth month in a row Cannabis NB launched believing low prices were not required to succeed in New Brunswick but after consumers taught it a hard lesson on that point, the Crown corporation has adopted a different approach — aggressive …

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