Ontario paying for Buzzfeed quizzes as part of cannabis education campaign

As part of a road safety cannabis education campaign, the Ontario government has paid for quizzes to appear on Buzzfeed in an effort to “[capture] the attention of young drivers.” Story continues below To date, two quizzes have been posted…

Aurora Cannabis stock up after company issues Q4 production and revenue estimates

Aurora Cannabis Inc. shares soared briefly before giving up most of their gains Tuesday after the cannabis producer estimated its fourth-quarter production available for sale was at the high end of its previous guidance, or above. The Edmonton-based company’s shares…

N.B. Policing Association wary of legalization of cannabis edibles

There’s increasing concern among law enforcement officials in New Brunswick, who say they still don’t have the resources to properly police edibles. Sgt. Chanel Roy, president of the New Brunswick Policing Association, says officers still don’t have a reliable roadside…

City councillor says he’s ‘heard it from across industries’ after Edmonton-based cannabis retailer calls city difficult to work with

Councillor Mike Nickel says he empathizes with the CEO of a multinational cannabis retailer based out of Edmonton after the business executive called Alberta’s capital “the most difficult to deal with” when talking about municipalities where his company has set…

Evicted Ontario tenant challenges ‘draconian’ pot law as unconstitutional

TORONTO – A man evicted from his home and whose possessions were seized has launched a legal challenge to new Ontario legislation that aims to weed out illegal cannabis sales. In an unproven application before Superior Court, Jeffrey Brodie argues…