A southern Ontario county says they are the first in Canada to take steps to manage personal and designated medical grow licenses through local zoning bylaws.
The BC government announced today a first of its kind government-to-government agreement with the Williams Lake First Nations to support the community’s efforts to operate cannabis farm-gate in the province.
The British Columbia government announced today that they will allow “small-scale producers”, including nurseries, the option of delivering cannabis directly to licensed retailers, as well as farm-gate sales, in the coming years.
The second annual C-45 Quality Assurance Summit launches this week. The three day virtual event features online workshops and presentations focussed on Quality Assurance professionals and standards within the Canadian cannabis industry.
One licensed cannabis cultivator on Vancouver Island recently got a scare when they received a letter telling them their home insurance would soon not be renewed because of their small, outdoor cannabis farm on the property.
The Union of British Columbia Municipalities annual meeting will be taking place virtually this year, from September 22-24. Cannabis and cannabis policy will again be one of the many topics discussed.
The 4 Plants Cup launched in 2019 to provide a platform for Canadian cannabis home growers of all experience levels to show and share their cannabis cultivation skills while connecting with the broader cannabis community.
Legal battles and federal laws create problems that persist to this day. Yet, despite the less than ideal circumstances, there is hope among numerous tribes that cannabis could provide some relief.
First licensed in March of this year, Coulson Cannabis is expecting their first product, a Lemon Zkittlez rosin in half gram skus, to reach shelves in British Columbia and Ontario in September, followed by several other products in the coming months.