With Canadian pot sales expected to hit $5 billion annually by 2024, it pays to know the biggest names in the industry. Though a lot of marijuana history has been made in recent years, most of it can be attributed to Canada, which became the first industrialized country in the modern era to green-light adult-use cannabis sales in October 2018. Despite...
The Associated PressJanuary 24, 2020 In this Aug. 22, 2019 file photo, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., speaks during a news conference in Tahlequah, Okla. The Cherokee Nation is creating a work group to study the burgeoning hemp and cannabis industries in Oklahoma. It hopes to have a report by the end of May 2020. (AP Photo/Sue...
Johanna SilverJanuary 24, 2020 (Katie/AdobeStock) You’re excited to grow weed in your garden and you think, “How hard can this be? It’s called weed for a reason, right?” Right! And while it’s most certainly not rocket science, there are some mistakes you can make. Read on and learn how to steer clear of the most common. Don’t shy away from seeds If you’re...
David DownsJanuary 24, 2020 For starters, Prop 64 covers childcare for about 11,000 low and moderate-income children in fiscal year 2020-2021. (CSA-Archive/iStock) Brand new parks. Healthier, smarter kids. Forests cleaned up. Drugged drivers off the road. Criminal records cleared. Those are just a few of cannabis legalization Proposition 64’s impacts after two years of commercial sales. Passed in 2016, Prop 64 earmarks all...
Jesse B. StaniforthJanuary 24, 2020 Photo by Jesse Milns/Leafly Legalization’s promise to change Canada’s cannabis landscape is coming true in many ways. This week an unexpected change stunned Toronto’s cannabis community and the wider Canadian cannabis sector. Toronto businessperson, activist, and cannabis advocate Abi Roach, founder of beloved Kensington Market vapour lounge the HotBox Lounge & Shop, announced she was stepping...
It’s time for us to get off our high horses about parents who like to unwind with a little cannabis. It’s been more than a year since recreational cannabis use became legal in Canada, yet parents who like to smoke a little marijuana to unwind after a long day of wiping boogers and taming tantrums say others look down on...
Jesse Milns/Leafly Cannabis is undeniably the latest economic sector to enter the world of craft production. For some licensed producers, a focus on craft is about helping consumers gain a deeper understanding of their cannabis, including where it comes from and how it is produced. As an early adopter of this approach to craft cannabis, Figr–a licensed producer with facilities in...