Cannabis May Have Accidentally Been Genetically Engineered to Thrive in Small Places While many licensed producers (LPs) in Canada are scaling up their cannabis production to meet shortages, others are taking a more cautious approach. John Fowler, CEO of Supreme Cannabis Company, said that cannabis’ illegal history may have contributed to the fact that it…

“Not Remotely Close to Following Regulations” – But Not Yet Deemed Illegal Winnipeg-based Bonify “terminated” three top executives and “dimissed” an executive assistant after an investigation found that the company was selling “unauthorized” cannabis in Saskatchewan. All the quotation marks here illustrate just how much of a grey area Bonify is in legally. Health Canada…

Health Canada predicts the cannabis demand will reach one million kilograms per year by the end of 2018. The supply is currently sitting at 300,000 kg, which represents a 700,000 kg shortfall in supply. Read full story: http://www.kelownanow.com/news/news/National_News/Cannabis_demand_expected_to_reach_1M_kg_by_end_of_2018/