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Seth Rogen on fighting cannabis stigma and why pot should be as accepted as beer

TORONTO - When actor Seth Rogen was growing up and smoking cannabis in Vancouver, he recalls there was a constant cloud of shame around the substance that still lingers. "I smoke weed a...

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Penticton retail cannabis shops stuck with 8 p.m. closings

Penticton retail cannabis shops will have to wait to see if the city will extend their hours of operation beyond 8 p.m. Penticton City Council received a petition of 300 signatures, requesti...

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Peachland cannabis company 'coerced and intimidated' staff from unionizing: Labour Board

A Peachland cannabis producer has been ordered to re-hire nine staff members after the B.C. Labour Relations Board ruled the layoffs were due to the company's anti-union sentiment and an effor...

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New Zealand to vote on legalizing marijuana

AUCKLAND, New Zealand - New Zealanders are poised to decide on two landmark social issues during an election Saturday: whether to legalize recreational marijuana and whether to legalize euthanasia...

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iN420 Publishing Opens its Doors to the Cannabis Industry

iN420 Spotlight

iNFOnews.ca and iNFOTEL MULTIMEDIA are proud to announce that iN420 is now live, featuring stories of local entrepreneurs embracing cannabis for business! iN420 Cannabis Education We...

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Aphria reports $5.1M first-quarter loss compared with $16.4M profit a year ago

Aphria Inc.'s medical cannabis business and German operations pushed the company to report a $5.1-million loss in its latest quarter, compared with a $16.4-million profit in the same period a...

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Backyard cannabis gardener in Peachland surprised to find police at her front door

Viola Gabanowicz has lived a quiet life in Peachland for 20 years. So one day earlier this month when she heard a knock at her door she didn't think much of it. "I made my hus...

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Canadian cannabis growers beef up security for Croptober

TORONTO - Long before Christina Lake Cannabis purchased its 32 acres of land between two intersecting valleys in B.C.'s lower interior, the mountains above it were firmly established in the an...

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A long road: Weed goes on sale years after approval in Maine

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine - Mainers are getting their first opportunity to legally buy marijuana for adult recreational use, but a supply shortage is a potential buzzkill. Retailers blame the pa...

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Aurora increases executive compensation after layoffs, $3.3 billion in losses

Aurora Cannabis Inc. handed out millions in compensation and salary increases to executives as the company was laying off more than 1,000 workers and reporting billions in losses. The Edmont...

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