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The legal cannabis industry is posting some eye-popping job-growth numbers.
At 800,000-square-feet, the Aurora Sky facility being built by Aurora Cannabis at the Edmonton International Airport is poised to be the largest licensed cannabis facility in the world.
The world’s largest licensed cannabis facility just got the green light to start growing right outside of Edmonton.
More than 5,000 people packed the Denver Mart this weekend for the Indo Expo's fifth cannabis trade show.
We already have among the highest rates of use globally. People are already sourcing their cannabis effectively.
A national cannabis trade organization has proposed new packaging standards for its members.
By breaking marijuana free from smoking and its paraphernalia, new delivery methods — especially portable vapes — are transforming the image and utility of cannabis, and helping it grab a mainstream audience.
Canada’s second-biggest marijuana producer Aurora Cannabis Inc has agreed to buy smaller rival CanniMed Therapeutics Inc for C$1.1 billion ($852 million), creating the globe’s largest weed producer by market value.
Tax proceeds from Nevada’s marijuana sales exceeded expectations in November, adding to already better-than-average figures from the four previous months of legal recreational pot sales, according to information released Monday.
Marijuana tourism is on the horizon for California's famed wine country. A craft cannabis brand called Flow Kana is building a marijuana processing and manufacturing hub on the site of a former winery in Mendocino County.
Whether looking at the research from scientific studies or customer feedback, CBD is clearly a powerful skincare ingredient that can help hydrate, heal, and treat a myriad of skin conditions.
With 2018 just beginning to unfold, cannabis pioneers weigh in and share their hopes for the year ahead.
New Jersey could reap as much as $1 billion a year from legal marijuana — the equivalent of more than a half-cent boost in the sales tax — if the state taxes the industry aggressively and imposes fees on growers, distributors, testing labs, retailers and delivery services, according to projections by a law firm.
Jack in the Box is teaming up with weed-centric online site called Merry Jane to launch late night munchie kits.
Ohio’s new medical marijuana program received 104 applications for up to 40 processor licenses, the state announced Wednesday.
Canadian cannabis producer MedReleaf Corp on Thursday signed an agreement with retailer Loblaw Companies’ unit Shoppers Drug Mart to sell medical cannabis online.