Proceeds from the sale of the greenhouse will strengthen the company’s balance sheet, providing working capital to ramp-up production and sales across Canada.
Industry advocates and attorneys weigh in on what federal COVID-19 guidance might entail and how it could impact businesses in the space.
The province passed an emergency order allowing dispensaries to reopen after deeming them “non-essential” in an update last week.
Indiana University researchers published the study in JAMA.
While the industry was initially excluded from Ottawa’s plan to aid the economy, the Business Development Bank of Canada has clarified that cannabis businesses can qualify for loans and other assistance.
COVID-19 has affected every person and every business in the U.S. in some small or tragically large way.
“Charlotte is no longer suffering,” photographer Nichole Montanez wrote on behalf of the Figi family. “She is seizure-free forever. Thank you so much for all of your love.”
Eleven U.S. Senators have sent a letter to leadership asking that cannabis businesses qualify for loans and other federal relief programs.
Nearly 40% of cannabis businesses reported having to shut down a segment of their business since the outbreak started, according to a recent survey by Cannabis Business Times.
The Risk Mitigation Virtual Conference launches April 23 with as special three-hour digital event at no cost to registrants.