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A New Brunswick government-owned corporation has issued a call for proposals for 15 retail spaces across the province to sell adult-use cannabis.
A spokesperson for the Finance Ministry declined to confirm to Marijuana Business Daily whether the tender is open to the private sector.
NB Liquor, the government corporation that oversees the province’s liquor industry, …
A Canadian marijuana company has inked a strategic alliance with a national chain of convenience stores with the aim of selling adult-use cannabis at the operator’s 350 locations across Canada.
Cannabis Wheaton, based in Vancouver, called the alliance the “first of its kind.” The name of the convenience store operator was not disclosed.
A fog of uncertainty hanging over Canada’s cannabis sector was lifted this week after a securities regulator and the operator of the country’s largest stock exchange clarified the listing rules for marijuana companies doing business in the United States.
On the same day Aphria shares slid more than 13% over delisting fears, the Leamington, Ontario-based company announced a deal to raise up to 92 million Canadian dollars ($73 million) in capital.