The failure of Ontario's government to license legal cannabis stores now goes beyond mere incompetence. It is negligence -- negligence that has cost Canada's legal cannabis industry $325 million and counting.
How can stocks in the EMERGING cannabis sector be trading at greater than two-year lows? The answer is as disturbing as cannabis stock valuations themselves.
Cannabis has amazing medicinal and health-promoting properties. Older people have the greatest health needs. Guess who is the fastest growing group of cannabis consumers?
The global weight-loss industry generates over $200 BILLION per year in revenues. Here's why legal cannabis can take a BIG bite out of that number.
Alcohol is a toxic drug responsible for more than twice as many deaths as opioids. Cannabis is a safe drug. It can reduce deaths from alcohol use in two important ways.
As many more stores open, Canada's legal cannabis industry is poised for explosive growth in Year 2. But several problems -- and enormous potential for additional growth -- remain.
Retail sector heavyweight, Corey Gillon, is moving from his position as President of Choom to assume the role of CEO.
Choom's new development permit for a Vancouver cannabis retail store is more than just another retail store opportunity.
Canada's legal cannabis industry has much to celebrate after Year 1 of the legalization of recreational cannabis. At the top of the list is looking forward to Year 2.
As Americans become educated about cannabis, the calls for "cannabis justice" are getting louder. This is GOOD for both the U.S. cannabis industry and cannabis investors.