Day: October 17, 2017

The parent company of Canada’s largest stock exchange said that marijuana companies that do business in the U.S. cannabis market could possibly be delisted. The TMX Group, parent of the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange, issued a notice to listed companies that provided clarity regarding the application ofContinue Reading

By Omar Sacirbey Turmoil and uncertainty are swirling around MassRoots, the once high-flying canna-centric social media and tech firm, after the company’s board reportedly fired founder and CEO Isaac Dietrich. The news already has triggered fallout for MassRoots: The Denver company’s planned $12 million acquisition of tech company CannaRegs hasContinue Reading

The funds will be used to establish the Australian Centre for Cannabinoid Clinical and Research Excellence (ACRE), to coordinate cannabis research. The post Australian Universities Receive $2.5 Million for Cannabis Research appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Australian Universities Receive .5 Million for Cannabis ResearchContinue Reading

The breeder behind TGA Genetics and “The Weed Nerd” lost everything in the Sonoma fires — and now he’s trying to give everything back. A week after California’s cannabis harvest ended in disaster for many, as fires swept through Sonoma and Mendocino counties, one of the first and most famousContinue Reading

Bongs, dab rigs, and other accessories could soon be making their way to Las Vegas smoke shops, as the City Council is set to consider changes to a law. The post Las Vegas City Council Eyes Paraphernalia Rule Change appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Las Vegas CityContinue Reading

Cannabis Culture believes the Comeau case is “of pressing and substantial importance” because provinces “could create barriers to the free trade of cannabis products from Province to Province,” constituting an infringement of the Constitution. The post Is Ontario’s Legal Cannabis Monopoly Constitutional? appeared first on Leafly. Read More:Continue Reading

A licensed grower and processor of medical marijuana in northwestern Pennsylvania became the first with the state’s approval to begin planting seeds. The post Medical Marijuana Grower Gets Green Light in Pennsylvania appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Medical Marijuana Grower Gets Green Light in PennsylvaniaContinue Reading