From coast to coast, Canadians are frustrated with a lack of supply and long waits, and returning to the black market.
Molson and Hexo Corp. launched Truss, a joint venture, earlier this month.
Dozens of dispensaries were also shut down ahead of Oct. 17.
Canada is the second country in the world to legalize cannabis, but others could join us very soon.
Police across the country are reminding people where you can and can’t smoke up.
Some of the industry’s biggest names saw their stock prices fall.
Most Canadians’ first purchase of legal adult-use pot will likely be online, as there were relatively few retail stores ready on Wednesday.
Legalized pot draws big crowds and much enthusiasm.
Some tools and information to help you see through the haze.
Some other provinces have said they will ban all forms of pot consumption in public.
Pot firm Canopy will pay $25 million in cash and issue 6,221,210 shares to Ebbu.
Will also not put a cap on pot shops when it starts licensing and regulating the private retail marketplace.
CBD is believed by many to have anti-inflammation and pain-relieving properties.
Cannabis firm and soft drink giant reportedly in talks for non-psychoactive CBD infused drinks.
Uses genetically engineered strains of yeast in a technique known as biofermentation.