Cannabis-infused edibles will be legal to purchase for recreational use in Canada in October 2019. A new study from Sylvain Charlebois, senior director at the Dalhousie University Agrifood Analytics Lab, shows that Canadians aren’t as eager to embrace them as…
Well-known cannabis chef and activist Mary Jean “Watermelon” Dunsdon presents: Spinach Puff Pie.
Well-known cannabis chef and activist Mary Jean “Watermelon” Dunsdon presents: Gramola.
Well-known cannabis chef and activist Mary Jean “Watermelon” Dunsdon presents: Cannabis Decarboxylation.
Today, cannabis sales and recreational use became legal in Canada. According to an article posted on BNNBloomberg.ca, however, Canada’s starting off cautiously, limiting marijuana sales it’s traditional (flower) form or as an oil that some companies plan to sell in…
Niagara College and Canopy Growth Corporation are partnering to create internship and co-op opportunities for a variety of the college’s programs, including the new Commercial Cannabis Production Graduate Certificate
Two well-known Manitoba companies, Fort Garry Brewing and Delta 9, have joined forces to create and market hemp beer in the province
Canopy Growth Corporation and Les Serres Stéphane Bertrand have created a joint venture to grow organic cannabis
Constellation Brands has invested $245 million in Canopy Growth; the two firms could launch cannabis-based beverages when and if it’s legal to do so
A new study from Dalhousie University has found that almost half those polled would try cannabis-infused food, but even more worry about children’s access to it