In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Federal, provincial and municipal governments in Canada are reportedly reaping hundreds of thousands in tax benefits from rogue pot shops and Tweed announces it will release its HomeGrow Collection in early March. The head of the country’s legalization task force is expected in Western Canada to speak on reform later this week and Nanaimo looks at where it stands on the issue of unlicensed dispensaries in the city. Canopy Growth Corporation renews its engagement agreement with XIB Consulting and Emerging AgroSphere ETF plans to launch an exchange-traded fund to profit on cannabis. Also, the ‘Godfather of Grass’ John Robert Boone continues to be held in Montreal under deportation order, Merry Jane looks at 20 things that can be done with Colorado’s $1.3 billion cannabis tax bonanza, and the winner of the ‘Big Lebongski’ bowling tournament takes home a bowling pin glass bong trophy. Have a great day!
Canopy Growth Corporation renews its engagement agreement with XIB Consulting Inc.
Canopy Growth enters into memorandum of understanding with Namaste Technologies
Tweed’s HomeGrow Collection will allow patients to grow at home starting early March
Master Grower Kevin Furet spends time away from the plant looking for strong genetics
Lift: Tweed will begin offering 10 strains in seed form to its registered patients in March
Tweed’s Bruce Linton tells the mayor of Smiths Falls he wants people to move to town
Winner of ‘Big Lebongski’ bowling tournament takes home bowling pin glass bong trophy
Merry Jane: Twenty things you can buy with the Colorado cannabis industry’s $1.3 billion
Court hears that a Calgary cop accused of stealing marijuana was set up in undercover sting
‘Godfather of Grass’ John Robert Boone still detained in Montreal under deportation order