Canadian marijuana producer Cronos Group promoted John Griese, former chief operating officer of The Supreme Cannabis Co., as senior vice president, head of North American operations.
IMC Holdings, the Israeli subsidiary of IM Cannabis Corp., hired Rinat Efrima as its new chief executive officer, the company announced.
The second-biggest adult-use cannabis market in Canada, the province of Quebec, is now requiring proof of vaccination for the COVID-19 virus for entry into any of its regulated marijuana stores.
Organigram is among a handful of large Canadian cannabis producers that managed to take more overall share of Canada’s cannabis market in 2021 via nondilutive organic sales growth.
How did the Moncton, New Brunswick-based licensed producer do it?
The Canadian government is hosting two public forums this month to learn how it can support existing and potential cannabis industry stakeholders from Black, Indigenous and other diverse communities
New Brunswick cannabis producer Organigram’s loss narrowed to 1.3 million Canadian dollars ($1 million) as adult-use sales soared over 70% compared to the comparable year-ago period, according to the company’s first-quarter financial results released Tuesday.
Marijuana producer Tilray Brands acquired two California craft beer brands in late 2021, Alpine and Green Flash, in a cash and stock deal worth $5.1 million (6.4 million Canadian dollars), according to a new regulatory disclosure.