Despite significant concern of an increase in cannabis impaired driving in Canada following legalization, new info out of Nova Scotia, eastern Canada, shows no such increases.
Following the capture of nearly $2 million worth of cannabis on January 20, U.S. authorities now say they seized another $3.2 million in cannabis at a different port of entry on the same day.
2020 may have been the year of a lot of terrible things, but it also saw a significant number of changes to Canada’s legal cannabis industry, including a large number of micro cultivators and processors becoming licence holders.
The Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) passed a motion last week to ask the federal government for local governments and the RCMP to have more control in managing personal and designated medical cannabis grows.
The BC Civil Resolution Tribunal dismissed claims against a billboard company in dispute with a First Nations dispensary chain Indigenous Bloom for payment of services following a warning issued by the province.