Marijuana Business News

Synonyms: 
stocks
business
Wed
18
Jul
Tue
17
Jul

Canada: Real estate companies are seeing green when it comes to legal cannabis

Legal cannabis is a growing industry, as are the services surrounding it. Earlier this month, Colliers International (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI) became the first real estate firm to publicly market a cannabis facility since Bill C-45 received royal assent.

BlueVault Organic Marijuana Ltd. has enlisted Colliers to handle the future sale of the facility located in Pemberton, BC.

Tue
17
Jul

Aphria plans for global cannabis leadership with international expansion acquiring leading assets in Latin America and the Caribbean

Aphria medical brands to gain exposure to over 300 million people, roughly 9 times the size of Canada.

Tue
17
Jul

How hemp can help India achieve its sustainable development goals

Let's explore how an innovative hemp based business could establish a well-rounded circular economy.

It is a racing certainty that businesses have an important role to play in preventing climate change. But businesses are predicated on profits, and not long ago, entrepreneurs considering businesses that incorporate climate solutions were thought to be “hare-brained”. However, things have been changing gradually. Ever since the recent re-emergence of the trillion-dollar crop – hemp, dispositions are starting to look good for both climate and entrepreneurs.

Tue
17
Jul

High Hampton hires Aurora Cannabis unit for marijuana grow facility in Coachella

With recreational marijuana legal in California for seven months, companies are still jockeying for positions in what will be the world's biggest pot market. CoachellaGro, a California-based subsidiary of Toronto's High Hampton Holdings (CSE:HC), is one such company.

CoachellaGro has a conditional use permit for a full-service production facility in order to serve third party state licensed medicinal marijuana operators. The company intends to construct a 254,000 square-foot greenhouse facility in the cannabis industrial park in Coachella, California.

Tue
17
Jul

Canada: Pot producers seek ways to promote brands in light of federal restrictions

'We're kind of doing it the old-fashioned Maritime way, which is storytelling'.

Myrna Gillis sports a colourful rainbow bracelet as a way to demonstrate that her company is dedicated to inclusiveness. In small letters, the word "reef" is printed.

"We also have given this to all of our staff as part of Pride celebrations to promote diversity within our workplace," Gillis said from her company's office in Bedford, N.S.

She is the CEO of Aqualitas, a cannabis producer with a production plant in Liverpool, N.S. The company has a licence to cultivate and she hopes the business will be authorized to sell by the time legalization rolls around this fall.

Tue
17
Jul

In New Jersey, Legal marijuana is so close you can smell it. But it could be awhile.

Tucked inside a nondescript commercial warehouse here sits a sophisticated marijuana-growing operation. A custom filtration system feeds a proprietary cocktail of nutrients into a hydroponic, two-level farming system. Two pallets of crops are harvested every day, and the 15,000 square feet will eventually yield two tons of marijuana per year.

And it’s all legal. Opened just a few weeks ago, Harmony Dispensary is the latest site in New Jersey to provide marijuana for medical use, a program that has expanded greatly since Gov. Philip D. Murphy, a Democrat, was sworn in.

Tue
17
Jul

Oklahoma republicans join fight against medical marijuana restrictions

Republicans aren’t happy with Oklahoma’s medical marijuana restrictions.

Republican Party groups in Oklahoma have joined the fight against restrictions added by regulators to the state’s new medical marijuana program. On June 26, voters passed State Question 788 (SQ 788) by a margin of 57-43 percent. The measure legalizes the medicinal use of cannabis in the state and creates a regulated supply chain to provide medicine to patients.

Tue
17
Jul

Oregon plans new cannabis harvest regulations to combat illicit market

Growers say the proposed rules would interfere with the time-sensitive process of producing high-quality crops.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is gearing up to roll out new regulations for the state’s licensed cannabis growers. The regulations aim to give the state more control and oversight over cannabis harvests. But growers are already pushing back. They say the new rules could interfere with the delicate and often unpredictable timing of harvesting plants at their peak.

Tue
17
Jul

California college paying people to smoke cannabis and virtually drive for study

If you have a history of consuming cannabis, there’s still spots available to get paid to drive high.

In an effort to better understand the ways cannabis use impacts traffic safety, UC San Diego is conducting a virtual driving study that tests how driving high impacts the ability to respond to common challenges on the roadway.

he study, the largest of its kind to date, is being conducted by the college’s Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research. And to make sure they’re attracting the right candidates, researchers are paying people to smoke weed for the study.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Marijuana Business News