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July 3, 2018
News 
 

Quebec now hiring for government-run cannabis stores

Quebec's government-run cannabis monopoly has launched a hiring drive with jobs starting at $14 per hour, but it cannot yet confirm Montreal will be among the cities getting the first wave of marijuana stores.


New Brunswick downgrades revenue forecast for cannabis sales

New Brunswick says it will be ready for cannabis sales when it becomes legal in October – but the delay from the original July startup will cost the province millions.
 
Production 
 

CannTrust ready for outdoor cannabis grow, CEO says

At least one major licensed producer has welcomed news that the Canadian government will be introducing regulations that will allow growing of cannabis in outdoor farms. » Read More
 

FSD Pharma to expand indoor cannabis grow with $55M funding partnership

The first phase of the build-out of the FV Pharma facility in Cobourg, Ont., has been approved in an updated construction and development budget provided by Auxly Cannabis Group, according to a statement from FSD Pharma, which owns FV Pharma. » Read More
 
Business 
 

First Nations poised to challenge Nova Scotia's marijuana monopoly

Nova Scotia First Nations appear poised to take on the province's marijuana monopoly – including one Mi'kmaq community that has enlisted Olympian Ross Rebagliati to roll out a "seed to sale" cannabis operation. » Read More
 
Events 
 

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