Altria is the latest of a large group of tobacco and alcohol companies racing to get a piece of the cannabis market.
Partners will manufacture, distribute, market and sell cannabis-infused products.
Yang Qu said one of his major goals is to look into the medical capacity of cannabinoids and devise new ways of manufacturing them.
Customs and Border Protection officials have made it clear that anyone who admits to using marijuana prior to Oct. 17 could be banned from entering the US.
Police forces in Vancouver, Regina, Newfoundland and Labrador, Yukon, Truro, N.S., and Kensington, P.E.I., all said they hadn’t noticed a significant change in driver behaviour since pot was legalized on Oct. 17.
Chief says the Muscowpetung First Nation’s law exceeds federal standards for cannabis use.
The Ford government’s branding as a free market crusader may be off base, and their policies could stifle certain businesses.
CCO says it will take time to ramp up its cannabis production in the coming quarters.
Information from Ontario Cannabis Store customers was improperly accessed, including postal codes and names or initials.
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.