Aurora Cannabis shares down after company misses own Q4 revenue guidance

Shares of Aurora Cannabis tumbled by nearly nine per cent after the pot producer’s fourth-quarter revenues fell short of its own guidance and signalled a longer pathway to profitability, pointing to the slow rollout of brick-and-mortar retail cannabis stores. Chief…

Alberta government asks Court of Appeal whether Bill C-69 is constitutional

The Alberta government has officially asked the province’s Appeal Court whether Ottawa’s new environmental assessment process for major construction projects like pipelines is constitutional. The government filed its challenge with the court on Tuesday, asking it whether the federal government…

8 Edmonton businesses fined for selling cannabis products illegally

A number of Edmonton retail stores were fined for selling cannabis products from non-licensed producers — meaning they’re not currently legal to sell. Edmonton police said they received information at the beginning of 2019 that led to an investigation into…

City of St. Albert updates bylaw to ban smoking in parks and within 10 metres of non-residential doors

Smokers in St. Albert will no longer be allowed to light up in parks or within 10 metres of non-residential doors after city council passed an amendment to its smoking bylaw on Tuesday. Earlier in the year, city administrators conducted…

The sewer knows: Canadians’ drug use is no secret from wastewater tests

MONTREAL – A pilot project that analyzed wastewater in five major urban centres suggests Canadians’ may use drugs differently depending on which city they call home. For example, the analysis by Statistics Canada showed cannabis levels are much higher in…

Alberta sees most money spent on cannabis since legalization: StatCan

Albertans have spent the most money on cannabis since it was legalized last fall, according to new numbers from Statistics Canada. Story continues below New data from Statistics Canada published Monday looked at the amount sold at cannabis retail stores…