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Female-focused marijuana company first to offer clones in Canada

Ontario-based Natural MedCo has become the first company in Canada to offer marijuana clones for sale to legal recreational consumers, achieving a first-mover advantage for an untapped and underserved consumer segment. Natural MedCo’s Eve brand – which bills itself as “Canada’s premier cannabis brand for all women” – succeeded in getting its clones to market in […]

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Cannabis shortages plague Canadian retailers; here’s how they’re responding

As the Canadian cannabis industry struggles to provide enough supply to meet exuberant demand since recreational use became legal, private retailers are faced with their own challenge: how to stay in business. Many store owners in Alberta, Manitoba and Newfoundland have closed their doors as they await marijuana shipments, while others are considering different courses […]

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Canopy Growth boosts M&A transparency in wake of Aphria fiasco

Cash-rich Canopy Growth bought global vaporizer leader Storz & Bickel for 220 million Canadian dollars ($160 million) in a bid to improve its portfolio of intellectual property. The all-cash deal is also intended to position Canopy to capitalize on the next wave of federally regulated products in Canada and around the world, the Smiths Falls, Ontario company […]

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Acreage inks $160 million acquisition of Oregon cannabis firm

Acreage Holdings has inked a $160 million deal to acquire Form Factory, a Portland, Oregon-based marijuana infused edibles manufacturer and distributor. The all-stock deal will boost Acreage’s footprint from 18 to 19 states and position the firm as a multistate consumer packaged goods firm, said George Allen, president of the New York-based company (CSE: ACRG.U). […]

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Marlboro maker, Cronos join forces in exclusive CA$2.4 billion deal to tap global cannabis opportunities

Altria Group, one of the largest tobacco companies in North America, has agreed to invest 2.4 billion Canadian dollars ($1.8 billion) in Ontario-based cannabis producer Cronos Group – the most significant foray by Big Tobacco into the rapidly growing cannabis industry to date.

Altria also agreed to make Cronos its exclusive partner for international cannabis opportunities.

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Key UN summit could lead to international rescheduling of cannabis

A crucial milestone for the global industry could be achieved this week, as the World Health Organization (WHO) presents its findings on cannabis to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) in Vienna. The CND reconvened its 61st session on Dec. 5. The WHO’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) held meetings in June and November dedicated to pre-review and review […]

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