Canadian Government Launches Review of Cannabis Legalization
The country has allowed legal adult use sales since 2018. A mandated review, which kicked off Thursday, will assess outcomes, from youth use to social and environmental impacts.
Q&A: Canada’s Legal Cannabis Industry Has a Diversity Problem
A University of Toronto study found that Canada’s industry is overwhelmingly male and white. One co-author says that there are lessons to learn from the US when it comes to equity.
Q&A: Can Cannabis Production Workers Unionize? An Answer Is Coming in Ontario
A major union takes on labor law in the province where most of Canada’s product is grown.
Canada’s Securities Regulators Warn Cannabis Industry Over “Conflicts of Interest”
Today, guidance was released for cannabis companies due to the "higher than usual crossover of financial interests" in the industry.
Canada: Edibles, Concentrates, and Vaping Products Are Now, Officially, Legal
Government agencies believe they have been careful to establish “the appropriate safeguards” in regulations that go into effect today for products that will hit stores in December.
Indigenous Canadians Grapple With the Future of Cannabis
The Assembly of First Nations aired challenges and concerns at its first-ever National Cannabis Summit.
Canada Unveils Long-Awaited Regulations for Edible Cannabis Products
Cannabis buds have been for sale across the country since October. But officials wanted to take their time crafting rules for more potent products, like edibles and concentrates.
Canada Paves a New Path to Legal Cannabis
From government-owned stores to a lower minimum age, here’s how legalization is unfolding differently up north
The PATRIOT Act Could Export U.S. Cannabis Banking Woes to Canada
Despite legalization abroad, U.S. cannabis prohibition ties the hands of foreign banks