Like Any Industry, Cannabis Licensed Producers Need Suppliers It shouldn’t be a surprise that much of what’s happening around cannabis is actually happening indirectly to the industry. Like any industry – mining, forestry, agriculture, etc. – companies working within the sector need suppliers to keep them productive. Equipment sales, service companies, innovative tech companies, and…

  New Research is Promising, but So Far Inconclusive There have been several studies into how effective cannabis might be in treating or even preventing diabetes. However, the results aren’t clear. One 2012 study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found cannabis use reduced the risk of developing diabetes by 58%. A similar –…

Labour Shortages – Particularly of Highly Skilled Labour – Means Students Getting Recruited Before Graduation Growing quality cannabis requires “hardcore science” along with a green thumb. With legalization fuelling a boom in the cannabis industry, driving up demand (and causing shortages), so too is demand going up in the labour market. The Washington Post (link…

Aphria Stocks Tumble on Prominent Short Seller’s Report Quintessential Capital Management’s Gabriel Grego released a report on Aphria Inc. entitled “A Shell Game with a Cannabis Business on the Side” causing the stock to drop 27 per cent on Monday, December 3 to $7.60 per share. It dropped again Tuesday to close at $5.99 per…