A broad market rally wasn’t enough to boost cannabis stocks Monday as the sector retreated on a short-seller report that called Aphria Inc. a “black hole.”
New Zealand passes law to make medical marijuana widely available
New Zealand’s government on Tuesday passed a law that will make medical marijuana widely available for thousands of patients over time.
Shares of Canadian pot company higher on Altria interest
Altria is not the first major US corporation to explore the market.
Surging cannabis beverage company expands reach with acquisition
A beverage company that has been riding the recent marijuana stock surge is using some of that equity to get bigger.
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The hedge fund manager who targeted Greek retailer Folli Follie SA is now attacking one of the biggest pot companies in Canada.
“I am not really bothered because I take marijuana to stay awake,” President Rodrigo Duterte said to bursts of laughter.
Ontario is limiting pot producers’ retail exposure, issuing rules about store licenses that could throw several partnerships into disarray.
Canada’s competitive advantage in cannabis is disappearing.
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There’s a shakeout coming to the Canadian cannabis industry and midsized companies may find it hardest to survive, according to the new president of Aphria Inc.
Thai lawmakers back legalizing medical marijuana
Thailand’s legislature has officially proposed allowing the licensed medical use of marijuana, making it a potential trailblazer in Asia.
Party of Mexico’s president-elect wants legalized marijuana
The party of Mexico’s president-elect has submitted legislation to legalize marijuana possession, public use, growing, and sales.
Mexico court sets precedent on legal, recreational pot use
Mexico’s Supreme Court issued two more rulings Wednesday ordering that complainants in individual cases be allowed to use marijuana for recreational purposes.