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2 Marijuana Stocks To Watch Before June

In the cannabis industry, there are behemoths and smaller marijuana stocks. While both have their own value points, investors tend to focus on the bigger pot stocks first. Without a doubt, it is a tough time to invest in marijuana stocks. But, for anyone who has been watching the industry in the past few months, they know that it has…

You’ve Heard Of D2C. Here’s Why i2c May Be The Better Way for Cannabis Brands To Go

In 2011, Dollar Shave Club burst onto the scene. The company was at the forefront of a group of new brands leveraging a direct-to-consumer (“D2C”) model, whereby brands would bypass retailers and sell directly to their fan base. Manufacturing, marketing, selling, and shipping was all executed in-house. The strategy worked. In 2016, Unilever bought Dollar Shave Club for $1 billion in…

PEI has opened its cannabis stores — with one head-scratching restriction

Prince Edward Island required its four licensed cannabis retail locations to take protective measures when they reopened May 22, but wearing masks was reportedly not among them. Beyond allowing only “limited access,” namely restricting the number of location occupants, mandatory measures in PEI Cannabis stores included having physical distancing both inside and outside stores, general screening regarding compliance with self-isolation…

Manitoba opening cannabis market to more retailers

  The Manitoba government is moving forward on its plan for an open and competitive cannabis retail market, Crown Services Minister Jeff Wharton announced Friday. “We are pleased to open the market further by allowing more retailers to apply for retail licences,” said Wharton in a press release. “This move will enable local entrepreneurs to create jobs and support Manitoba’s…

U.S., Canadian dispensaries begin gradual reopening, allowed curbside pickups

As states move to reopen after the coronavirus shutdowns, dispensaries in parts of the country that failed to declare them essential businesses will also start serving their first in-person customers in weeks.  In Massachusetts, where dispensaries took legal action over the closure of their businesses back in April, Governor Charlie Baker unveiled his plan for the state’s gradual reopening. Starting…

Indiva Begins Distribution to New Brunswick and Manitoba

Indiva Limited (TSXV:NDVA) (OTCQX:NDVAF) is pleased to announce that it has secured distribution rights to ship its premium cannabis products to New Brunswick and Manitoba. These two new agreements extend Indiva’s distribution network to eight provinces. Indiva’s first shipments to Manitoba include INDIVA™ pre-rolls and THC capsules, and Bhang® Chocolate. Indiva expects that INDIVA™ and Bhang® products will be available…

Cannabis curbside pick-up and delivery has been extended in Ontario

Cannabis curbside pick-up and delivery will continue as part of the Province’s decision to extend COVID-19 emergency measures by another 10 days. On Tuesday, the province announced all emergency orders that have been put in place to date under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act had been extended until near the end of May. This includes special provisions extended to cannabis retailers…

The last holdout for cannabis retail in Canada is going to be opening stores soon

Cannabis retail stores are coming to Nunavut, the territorial government announced on Tuesday.  They will begin accepting retail applications on June 1.  The territory that nearly 40,000 people call home passed its Cannabis Act in June 2018, but only two companies — Canopy Growth and AgMedica Bioscience Inc — have been permitted to sell their products since then, with customers…