While the Canadian government deliberates on plans to legalize cannabis, new regulations are underway. The Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) allow patients to grow a limited amount of cannabis for their own use – with seeds and plants to only be provided
In the wake of the city-wide Project Claudia dispensary crackdown, a medical cannabis patient has filed a human rights complaint against the City of Toronto for $1 million. The complaint is a direct result of dispensaries closest to him being shut down during the raids.
When Ottawa was formulating its regulations around pot it invited pharmacies to take part in distribution, but the CPhA declined to participate
Instead of fighting the politicization of drug policy, the UN has failed to challenge the ideology and junk science that fuel the demonization of drugs.
The first question that came to mind is “how big a market is there for medical marijuana?” I was thinking there are a handful of special medical conditions in the country that can really benefit from smoking a joint. I guess I was wrong.
A marijuana activist from Vancouver says he will continue his cross-Canada tour with a stop in Edmonton Thursday evening despite being arrested and thrown in jail in Calgary.
Once debilitated by chronic headaches, university student Jonathan Zaid says medical marijuana has allowed him to have a normal life. Now he’s pushing to get insurers to cover medical cannabis.
Clarus Securities analyst Noel Atkinson says comments yesterday from Canada’s Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale are a sign that marijuana legalization is closer to becoming a reality than previously thought, a development he thinks is very good news for Licensed Producers (LPs). In a research note to clients this morning, Atkinson notes that in […]
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Cannabis Growers of Canada just introduced Canada’s first ad promoting the growing of medical marijuana. Take a look and tell us your thoughts!
The Canadian marijuana market is expected to grow fast and based on our model, it is still well under-penetrated, leaving room for significant growth and potential new entrants (assuming their facilities can be financed). We have forecast the peak Canadian marijuana market size to be