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Winnipeg Candy Company Set To Begin Production Of Cannabis-Infused Gummies

The Winnipeg cannabis confections plant — designed to be the largest in the country — is set to kick off production this week, two months after it was sold to another licensed cannabis producer. Edibles and Infusions Corp., the brainchild of Cavalier Candies CEO, James Fletcher, will start making cannabis-infused soft chew gummies this week …

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This Weed Company Will Pay an Intern $1,000/Month to Test Its Products

It’s not a full-time job, but it has its perks. Emjay, a California-based weed delivery service, is looking for a summer intern. It’s not a gig that will leave you fetching coffee, nor is it one that you might consider a traditional resume booster. It is, however, a paid position that will likely draw a …

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Louisiana lawmakers OK smokable marijuana flower; sales increase likely

Louisiana’s $25 million medical marijuana market is expected to get a huge lift in sales next year after the Legislature passed a measure that will allow smokable flower beginning Jan. 1, 2022. Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards indicated he will sign House Bill 391, which was sent to his desk after the House of Representatives …

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Turnarounds and not being ‘easy’ M&A target: Q&A with Green Organic Dutchman CEO Bovingdon

Mississauga, Ontario-based The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings (TGOD) is in the midst of executing a turnaround the company hopes will allow it to shrink debt, generate positive cash flow and avoid being easy prey for a takeover. TGOD – which specializes in organic cannabis – is among a large group of Canadian licensed producers looking …

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Cannabis SPAC Northern Lights Acquisition seeks to raise $100M in IPO

Northern Lights Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) with an eye on the cannabis industry, is trying to raise $100 million for acquisitions or other business combinations by going public, according to a registration statement and preliminary prospectus filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The Denver-headquartered blank-check company was formed in …

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A Company Is Giving Away Trips To Experience The Cannabis Harvest In California’s Humboldt County

Have you ever wondered what a cannabis crop in one of the most legendary grow regions of the world looks like? It’s probably like nothing you’ve ever experienced: weed as far as your eyesight can go, the buds emanating their unique smells and contrasting against beautiful sunsets, the sound of plants swinging with the wind. …

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Nevada lawmakers approve marijuana consumption lounges

A bill allowing for marijuana consumption lounges was among a flurry of last-minute measures approved by Nevada lawmakers before they adjourned for the year. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the state Senate passed Assembly Bill 341 with an overwhelming 17-3 majority, which will allow Nevada regulators to offer two new types of marijuana business …

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Sales of CBD-only products declining in recreational marijuana shops

Sales of CBD-only products at recreational marijuana retail outlets have been falling since 2018 in four Western states as more of these goods move into mainstream stores and online, according to an analysis of sales data from Seattle-based Headset. The market share of noninhalable pure CBD products in adult-use stores has declined around 5 percentage …

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Medical cannabis reimbursements for Canadian veterans soar past CA$100 million

Medical cannabis reimbursements by Veterans Affairs Canada reached an all-time high last year, offsetting an overall decline in spending among the general population. In the 2020-21 fiscal year ended March 31, Veterans Affairs Canada reimbursed 15,369 clients a total of 119.3 million Canadian dollars ($100 million) for medical cannabis products, according to the latest figures …

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