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Inner Spirit Holdings Opens Additional Spiritleaf Stores in Alberta and Ontario and Surpasses Million Customers Served Milestone in July

CALGARY, AB, Aug. 6, 2020 /CNW/ – Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (“Inner Spirit” or the “Company”) (CSE: ISH), a Canadian company that has established a national network of Spiritleaf retail cannabis stores, today announced additional Spiritleaf store openings and the continued expansion of its retail cannabis store network in Alberta and Ontario. The Company also announced it has surpassed the…

CannTrust cannabis licences reinstated after year of turmoil

“Our licence reinstatement is the result of an enormous amount of hard work by the CannTrust team,” says CEO Greg Guyatt Embattled Canadian cannabis producer CannTrust announced Wednesday morning that its Vaughan manufacturing facility has had its licence restored, according to a press release. The re-licensed producer attributes its reinstatement to has “working diligently to resolve regulatory deficiencies within its…

5 Ways Cannabis Leaders Profit From Public Relations

For years now, cannabis companies and their leaders have struggled to leverage digital advertising in order to tell their story and raise brand awareness. Popular platforms like Google, Facebook and Instagram are not as cannabis-friendly as one might think. So in an age where content is king, what’s the best move for a cannabis leader working hard to tell their brand’s story, amplify…

Do you want to be a marijuana millionaire? This new show could be your chance

Mike Straumietis, the CEO of Advanced Nutrients — which bills itself as the no. 1-selling cannabis fertilizer brand in the world — is the brains behind a new cannabis business competition series, set to premiere later this month.  Sixteen cannabis entrepreneurs will compete for a $1 million prize and the chance to partner with Advanced Nutrients, which currently sells its…

Corruption in the Cannabis Industry

It seems the latest corruption scandals in the cannabis industry could be just the tip of the iceberg. On December 19, 2019, an undercover FBI agent attended a meeting with two Calexico city officials, Bruno Suarez-Soto and David Romero. He presented himself as a representative of investors seeking to open a cannabis dispensary in Calexico. According to the charging documents,…

B.C. allows private pot retailers to sell products online for in-store pick-up

The British Columbia government says new rules for private cannabis retailers will allow pot to be reserved and paid for online, but customers still have to pick up their orders in person. The province says the regulations now allow private cannabis stores to accept payments made on a website, app or by telephone. Previous licence conditions allowed customers to reserve…

Too much of a good thing? Torontonians concerned about ‘clusters’ of cannabis stores

A group of dispensary owners hoping to set up shop in the same one-block area has provoked some Torontonians to ask the Alcohol and Gaming Commission to look more closely at the proximity rules governing the city’s cannabis retailers. The formal motion was brought by Toronto-Danforth Coun. Paula Fletcher amid concerns by some residents about the number of pot shops…

Cannabis Breeders Are Widely Undervalued. This Company Wants To Change That

Exceptional cannabis doesn’t just miraculously appear. Many materials and resources must be successfully manipulated before a top-shelf cannabis product can be harvested or manufactured. Nature must be nurtured. Yet, one of the most significant factors that will determine a cannabis plant’s quality (and therefore its value) is its genetics.  Cannabis genetics have significant influence over a plant’s yield potential, its…

Barriers Prevent The Cannabis Industry From Being Inclusive, Diverse

Read more at Benzinga Racial and gender diversity in the marijuana industry “is still lacking — especially in ownership and executive positions,” according to MJBizDaily Research Editor Eli McVey. While the industry has taken steps to improve, more is required from it, McVey noted. With the national spotlight currently focused more intently on civil justice reform, changes could be on…