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Attention would-be cannabis store operators, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has published the required fees for cannabis retail-related licenses and authorization. And, it’s at least $10,000 for the first store. The AGCO released its guide for regulating cannabis retail earlier this month. Among...
According to Canadian news source, Global News, word of the moldy weed first started showing up on a Reddit thread.
Congress is on the verge of officially legalizing industrial hemp, with a measure that would create a legal distinction between the popular crop and other, intoxicating strains of marijuana. In a statement Thursday, leaders of the U.S. Senate and House agricultural committees...
Referred to as the Psilocybin Service Initiative of Oregon by supporters, the bill would make the manufacture, possession, and delivery of the mushrooms legal.
A new initiative just passed the first round of legislation. Thailand just moved a big step closer to legalizing the medicinal use of both cannabis and kratom. After a new initiative won unanimous support, key lawmakers are now working to review...
A few years ago when food delivery and ride-sharing services came out, it was one of the coolest things imaginable. If you are a hermit who doesn’t like to leave their home like me, the idea is one of...
On October 17th, the nearly 100-year-old prohibition on cannabis was lifted, allowing provinces to produce, distribute and consume cannabis in ways never before. In many provinces, legal bricks-and-mortar stores are being rolled out by provincial governments, under the banner of...
On 17 October, Canada became the second country in the world — after plucky little Uruguay — to legalise recreational cannabis. While the exact details will be left to Canada’s ten provinces, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn’t shied away...
Utilizing techniques that capture the sun’s energy are helping, but may not be enough to compete against nature. To deal with this issue, companies in the US and Canada have been looking to South America to solve this problem.
Marijuana, long snuck on to college and university campuses for use in bongs and joints, is now being grown legally at several academic institutions across the country. Eight academic institutions have obtained licences from Health Canada to cultivate cannabis for...