A recent report from Public Safety Canada explores the most recent and evolving data on drug impaired driving. The Annual National Data Report to Inform
Organic cannabis is at a crossroads in Canada. The lack of federal legislation is slowing market growth, with producers following different rules. This can cause confusion for consumers, with both domestic and export markets being hindered by the lack of clarity.
When Canada legalized cannabis the federal government hoped that the regulated market would take the wind out of the sales of organized crime. Since then, there has been an impressive shift, but the unregulated market is nonetheless substantial.
Mexico’s Supreme Court-mandated passage of adult use cannabis continues to see delays. Now on its third extension, lawmakers have until April 30, 2021, to pass a bill that would legalize, among other parameters, use and possession.