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No matter how you cut it, the market for Licensed Producers in Canada will continue to grow even as some patients choose to be green thumbs. The real economic threat posed by the Court ruling is to those who have been operating outside of the intent and the spirit of the law(s) and who are likely now to be fully exposed.
Health Canada was flooded with hundreds of letters from police and other officials questioning the department’s oversight
This vault at Richmond, B.C.'s MediJean will hold marijuana before being shipped out. Vaults are one of the many requirements
Canada’s first medical marijuana clinical trial has been registered with Health Canada, a milestone that could be the first
The head of the Canadian Medical Association has a few choice words for the medical marijuana industry. “Quackery.” “Snake
Health Canada has issued a recall of medical marijuana for the second time in just over a month, this time because it contained
It's not just the four joints he’s smoked by mid-afternoon. Neev Tapiero is genuinely unconcerned that a slew of new commercial
If you’re wondering why many Canadian doctors are so reluctant to prescribe marijuana to patients, Health Canada’s information
Medical marijuana producer Tweed Inc. is abandoning a shipment of pot that was seized by the Mounties last week but maintains
Friday was an unusually active day for fans of marijuana — at least on the stock market. Tweed Marijuana Inc. became Canada’s
Investors will be able to buy shares in Canada’s first publicly-traded medical marijuana company starting Friday. Tweed Marijuana
The promise of a billion dollar Canadian medical marijuana industry may have gone up in smoke before the market even gets
Health Canada isn't backing down after a federal court ruled against the government's efforts to ban medical marijuana users
Imagine the federal government decided one day that a doctor-prescribed medication you're using is now illegal. Imagine the government then sent you a notice demanding that you write a letter to them, declaring you have destroyed all your illegal medication. And if you don't, the government says they will pass your confidential medical information -- and that of everyone else using this drug who doesn't write a letter -- to the police. Improbable as it seems, this is exactly what's happening to more than 37,000 Canadians right now. And apparently the Harper government considers this acceptable, because the medication in question is marijuana.
Medical marijuana growers hoping the federal government would be lax in implementing its new ban on self-grown pot next month
Police in B.C. busted a licensed marijuana operation after it was found to have over eight times the number of legal plants