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Nova Scotia’s cannabis biz has had highs and lows since legalization

Producers say they’ve been plagued by changing regulations, slow Health Canada approvals It’s been a wild ride for some cannabis companies in Nova Scotia since the legalization of cannabis in Canada in 2018. While some have expanded their business, other facilities have closed. “In many ways things have exceeded our expectations, but there were also things we weren’t expecting with…

Auxly Closes Down Two Cannabis Facilities In Nova Scotia

In an apparent move to cut costs, Canadian producer Auxly Cannabis Group Inc. has closed two cultivation facilities in Nova Scotia. (Originally appeared on Benzinga)   The company announced Monday that it shuttered its Robinsons facilities in Kentville and Hortonville and will focus on simplifying its cultivation platform and achieving its goal of becoming EBITDA-positive in the first half of the year. Around 55 employees will lose their jobs related…

Citizen Stash Enters the Province of Nova Scotia

Citizen Stash Cannabis Corp. (the “Company” or “Citizen Stash”) (TSXV:CSC) (OTCQB:EXPFF) (FRANKFURT:MB31) is pleased to announce the launch of its premium flower products into Nova Scotia where it will be available in cannabis retail stores within the province in the coming weeks. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Experion Biotechnologies Inc., a Health Canada licensed cultivator and processor of premium cannabis,…

NSLC plans to more than double the number of cannabis stores in Nova Scotia

Shopping for legal weed in Nova Scotia is about to get a little more convenient for cannabis-loving Maritimers. The Nova Scotia Liquor Corp., the province’s sole licensed cannabis retailer, has announced that more locations will start selling cannabis, which will more than double the number of legal retailers available to Nova Scotians, CBC reports. The new moves are the province’s…

Edibles are in high-demand in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotians can finally buy edibles and other cannabis 2.0 products online. On January 6, the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) began sales on its website — two weeks after the province introduced edibles to its 12 stores on December 23. “The gummies and chocolate squares are by far our best-selling products,” said NSLC spokesperson Beverley Ware. “We have already…

Nova Scotia is almost sold out of edibles, other second-wave cannabis products

Nova Scotians are loving their second-wave cannabis products — so much so that they’re getting nearly impossible to find at licensed stores across the province. Beverly Ware, spokesperson for the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC), told NEWS 97.5 on Friday that edibles, in particular, are flying off the shelves. The demand for the recently available products has been high, to the point where…

MJardin Group Granted Cannabis Cultivation License by Health Canada for Nova Scotia Facility

DENVER — MJardin Group, Inc. (“MJardin” or the “Company”) (CSE:MJAR), a leader in cannabis management, is pleased to announce that the recently opened cultivation and extraction facility in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia owned by AtlantiCann Medical Inc. (“AMI”), in which MJardin has a 50% equity interest, has been granted a license by Health Canada for cannabis cultivation. The new state-of-the-art,…

Nova Scotia’s Highland Grow Secures Second Purchase Order with the NSLC

 ANTIGONISH, NS, Jan. 16, 2019 /CNW/ – Biome Grow Inc. (“Biome” or the “Company”) (CSE: BIO) (Frankfurt: 6OTA) (OTCQB: BIOIF) and its Nova Scotia based brand Highland Grow Inc. (“Highland Grow”) has secured a second purchase order with the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (“NSLC”) in less than a week. The second shipment associated with this new purchase order left the High Grow facility Tuesday morning and is expected…