Month: January 2020

The first recreational marijuana store in Boston could be open for business by March. The store, Pure Oasis, also would be the first adult-use marijuana store in Massachusetts to be owned under the state’s social equity program, the Boston Herald reported. Massachusetts’ social equity – aka economic empowerment – program seeksContinue Reading

The amount of space licensed to grow cannabis in Canada is now heavily skewed toward outdoor cultivation instead of indoor for the first time, according to new data from Health Canada. The federal regulator said it has licensed roughly 13 million square feet of indoor cannabis cultivation (including greenhouse), versusContinue Reading

Cannabis executives, professionals and financiers can expect 2020 – and the rest of the new decade – to have at least as much impact on their businesses as any year in the past 10. Cannabis execs anticipate expanded legal markets in 2020 – and ensuing challenges is a post from:Continue Reading

Adam Bierman, the flamboyant co-founder of once-high-flying cannabis retailer MedMen Enterprises, resigned as chief executive and surrendered his voting control. Multistate cannabis operator MedMen’s Bierman steps down as CEO, gives up voting control is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs Continue Reading

Cura Cannabis, one of Oregon’s largest marijuana companies, agreed to pay a record $110,000 penalty to the state. The company paid the fine to settle charges that it falsely claimed its Select brand of vaping products contained 100% marijuana when they also contained additives. The settlement also paves the wayContinue Reading