Plethora of pot? Canada could hit cannabis oversupply as early as 2019, depending on edibles

Canada could reach an oversupply of legal pot as soon as the end of this year, depending on how the rollout of edibles and other next-generation products impacts supply, a U.S. cannabis research analyst says. BDS Analytics’ managing director and…

Edmonton police launch ‘put your skunk in the trunk’ cannabis campaign

Since recreational cannabis became legal in Canada last October, the majority of marijuana-related charges the Edmonton Police Service have laid have been for improper transport. According to the provincial Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Act, “no person may transport cannabis in…

Cannabis extractions labs causing residential explosions in Edmonton

The Edmonton Police Service says officers recently responded to two significant explosions and fires caused by cannabis extraction labs. These labs isolate tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, from cannabis to produce cannabis oil or a highly concentrated form of THC called “shatter”…

Merry marijuana: Manitoba and Alberta most likely to gift pot for Christmas this year, survey says

Now that pot is off the naughty list, it may be making it into your stocking this year. A survey by Lift & Co. found that nearly 3 million Canadians plan to give the gift of cannabis this holiday season.…

Three-quarters of Canadians want legal age raised for cannabis: poll

It’s been less than a month since cannabis legalization across Canada. The sky hasn’t fallen. But a new Angus Reid Institute poll suggests three-quarters of Canadians believe the minimum age to purchase and consume cannabis should be raised. While just over one…

What does legal cannabis mean for Canada’s marijuana political parties?

October 18 2018 8:11pm Thu, Oct 18: Alberta’s Marijuana Party is ramping up efforts in the wake of legalization and taking a look at provincial regulations. Adam MacVicar explains. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof…