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Shopify software helps Canada's provincial governments meet online demand

Posted on October 19th, 2018 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , , , , , .

Shadow WatchOn the first day of legal cannabis in Canada, many suppliers ran out of stock—pointing to challenges in meeting demand. Several provincial governments and private outlets turned to e-commerce company Shopify to help negotiate the initial tsunami of online sales.

Canadian postal strike threatens to paralyze cannabis deliveries

Posted on October 17th, 2018 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , , , , , , , .

CanadaCanada's postal unions are contemplating a nationwide walk-out—exactly as legal mail-order cannabis deliveries are set to begin. Talks are ongoing, but if the strike is not averted, cannabis consumers could be left high and dry—especially in those provinces that are relying mostly or entirely on home deliveries.

Industry leader Justin Cooper speaks on Canada's cannabis future —and the world's

Posted on October 11th, 2018 by Bill Weinberg and tagged , , , , , , , , , .

Justin CooperJustin Cooper is co-founder and CEO of British Columbia-based Green Planet, which supplies equipment to all of Canada's Licensed Producers of cannabis as well as producing its own line of fertilizers. He speaks with Cannabis Now about the fast-growing legal industry in his country, and what it means for the world.

Everything you need to know about Canadian cannabis legalization

Posted on October 9th, 2018 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , , , , , , , .

CanadaAs legal cannabis finally becomes a reality in Canada, a policy patchwork across the country's provinces and ongoing political tussles have left many confused as to what the new system will actually look like. We break down some of the frequently asked questions. 

Vancouver 'harm reduction' raid foreboding sign in countdown to Canadian legalization

Posted on September 21st, 2018 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , , , , .

CanadaA Vancouver police raid on a "harm reduction center" that was selling cannabis products raises uneasy questions about the availability of cannabis in British Columbia when Canadian legalization officially hits in next month. With only one retail outfit likely to be licensed province-wide and authorities pledging a crackdown on the old dispensaries, the ironic reality may be cannabis will initially be harder to get in BC once it is "legal."

Lesotho: legal cultivation comes to Africa's cannabis kingdom

Posted on September 20th, 2018 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , , , , , , , .

AfricaLesotho is a land-locked mountain kingdom in Africa that few in the outside world have heard of, but it punches above its weight where cannabis production is concerned. "Dagga" has long been a pillar of its economy. Now it is attracting international investment to grow cannabis for the global medical market. With cannabis just decriminalized in South Africa—which borders Lesotho on all sides, and is closely integrated with the kingdom—this is a promising sign for the entire region.

Canadian tokers prepare to meet the new boss?

Posted on September 14th, 2018 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , , .

CanadaPolice in Canada are actually anticipating more cannabis-related arrests after legalization, due to expected increases in driving while high and other such offenses. Meanwhile, Trudeau's promised expungement of prior cannabis-related criminal records does not appear to be imminent. And US immigration authorities say they will treat Canadians involved in the legal industry as "traffickers."

Do hops contain CBD? Experts skeptical on corporate claims.

Posted on August 22nd, 2018 by Bill Weinberg and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , .

hopsA new product is being plugged as containing CBD derived from humulus—that is, hops, the buds used as a bittering agent in beer. Some of the media hype has implied that this novel origin gets around the US federal stricture on the cannabinoid. But experts raise a skeptical eyebrow at the claim of hops-derived CBD. And in any event, the federal stricture is on the cannabinoid itself, regardless of how it is derived. 

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