BevCanna signs LOI for white label deal with BC’s State B Beverage
Companies will create a concept that combines functional beverages and cannabis drinks.
First global LOI for THC-infused gummy manufacturer Dynaleo
Will make and distribute cannabis-infused vegan gummies under the Pantry brand within the Canadian market.
Canopy Rivers invests $2M in Edmonton cannabis gummies company
Dynaleo has built a manufacturing facility, plans white-label production of CBD and THC edibles for the Canadian market.
Nextleaf granted patent for industrial-scale extraction of CBD and THC
Focus is on commercializing patents by licensing IP to partners operating in other legal markets, and supplying THC and CBD oils.
Molson Coors, Hexo to launch CBD-infused water, THC drinks later this year
A wave of cannabis-infused beverages is coming as Canada welcomes legal edibles in December.
Pushing ahead on pot gummy plans despite hazy regulations
Regulations will make edibles legal come into force Oct. 17, a year after Canada legalized the sale and purchase of cannabis.
Canopy Growth buys German medical cannabis company for $343M
C3 Cannabinoid Compound Co. has two manufacturing facilities specializing in natural extraction and synthetic cannabinoid production.
Tax, licensing standing in the way of Indigenous cannabis entrepreneurs
Reserve politics and jurisdictional issues have complicated legalization in Indigenous communities.
Companies rush to produce cannabis-free products
They’re moving towards synthetic production of THC and other cannabinoids in a lab.
Pot sector players welcome edibles tax change, but unhappy medical tax remains
For the next generation of cannabis products, such as edibles, Ottawa has proposed an excise duty of one cent per milligram of total THC.
Tilray, US brand group partner on cannabis-infused products
Canadian company would be the preferred supplier of active cannabinoid ingredients for ABG’s consumer products.
Aurora Cannabis to acquire Mexican company following partnership
Farmacias now Mexico’s first federally licensed importer of raw materials containing THC.
Race is on to develop pot breathalyzers
University of BC engineering professor is the latest to create one that detect THC levels.