Aurora Cannabis Appoints International Consumer Packaged Goods Executive Miguel Martin as Chief Commercial Officer
Aurora Cannabis Inc. (the “Company” or “Aurora”) (ACB) (ACB), the Canadian company defining the future of cannabinoids worldwide, today announced that Miguel Martin , President of Aurora USA and head of Reliva, LLC (“Reliva”), has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer of Aurora, effective immediately. Mr. Martin will replace Darren Karasiuk who has held this position at Aurora since February 2019 .
Amazon Includes Cannabis Company In AWS Data Marketplace For First Time
Enlighten Dispensary Solutions has become the first cannabis company to be included in the AWS Data Exchange, a marketplace for data run by Amazon.com, Inc.’s AMZN Amazon Web Services.
Ireland Health Minister Donnelly stands by open minded attitude toward cannabis
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly stands by a previous interview in which he said he would be open to legalising cannabis.
The Fianna Fail minister spoke to Hot Press magazine back in 2017, in which he admitted to trying marijuana and hinted at trying other substances.
After being appointed as the new Minister for Health by Taoiseach Micheal Martin, a spokesperson for the Department of Health revealed that Donnelly stands by this interview.
Indus Holdings, Inc. Responds to Rising Demand for Higher Potency Cannabis Products With New Cypress Reserve Line
With consumer demand for high potency cannabis at its peak, California’s Indus Holdings, Inc. (CSE: INDS; OTCQX: INDXF), a leading vertically-integrated cannabis company, is announcing its debut of Cypress Reserve, a premium, high potency flower line that launched at licensed dispensaries statewide in June.
UFC fighter Dominick Reyes becomes ambassador for Hesperia-based cannabis company
Rick and Arlene Curiel-Casas told the Daily Press that Dominick “The Devastator” Reyes, of Hesperia, the UFC’s No. 1 light heavyweight contender in the world, is now the delivery dispensary’s chief brand ambassador.
AeroPay Introduces Compliant Digital Payments for State Legal Cannabis Businesses
AeroPay announced it will bring its suite of payments solutions to the historically cash reliant cannabis industry.
Dog almost died after eating cannabis plant while out walking
A dog started convulsing and needed life-saving treatment after eating cannabis plants which her owner says she found during a walk.
‘Certainly a demand:’ GR considers fast-tracking recreational cannabis as sector grows elsewhere in West Michigan
The Grand Rapids City Commission is expected to vote July 7 on a plan that could allow retail recreational cannabis sales months ahead of schedule, and put the city on track with a growing number of communities allowing the industry to flourish.
Kiwi cannabis company looking for ‘master grower’ to oversee Bay of Plenty sites
A Kiwi medicinal cannabis cultivator is offering one lucky ‘master grower’ a $75,000 salary to oversee its marijuana plantations in the Bay of Plenty.
Cannabis Comes Closer To Circle K
The relationship between Fire & Flower Inc. (OTCQX: FFLWF) and its strategic investor Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (OTC: ANCUF) had signaled that someday the convenience store chain Circle K would get involved with cannabis. It seems the day is getting closer as Fire & Flower announced the openings of its first two cannabis retail stores adjacent to Circle K locations in the province of Alberta.
AMP German Cannabis Group to begin medical cannabis imports from the Netherlands
AMP German Cannabis Group Inc. (“AMP” or the “Company”) (CSE: XCX) (FSE: C4T, ISIN: CA00176G1028) announces further to its June 5, 2020 news release The Office of Medical Cannabis (“OMC”), the government organization of the Netherlands for distribution of medical cannabis products, has notified AMP that it will resume exports of EU-GMP medical cannabis to Germany. The OMC will deliver 3,000 grams per month to each German importer due to the high demand and restricted supply currently available for Germany.
VIVO Advances Several Medical Cannabis Initiatives
VIVO Cannabis Inc. (VIVO.TO) (VVCIF) (“VIVO” or the “Company”), a leading provider of premium cannabis products and services and holder of licenses under the Cannabis Act through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Canna Farms Limited (“Canna Farms”), ABcann Medicinals Inc. (“ABcann”) and Harvest Medicine Inc. (“Harvest Medicine”), is pleased to provide an update on its global medical business, which operates in Canada , Germany and Australia .
Black market cannabis seizures plummet as legalisation progresses in North America
The 2020 World Drug Report published by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) reveals that cannabis remains the controlled drug with the most global widespread use, estimated in the report at 192 million users globally.
By freeing up resources that could be dedicated to more pressing matters, and allowing the taxation of large swaths of the underground economy to fund reintegration and social equality programmes, cannabis legalisation is in the best interest of law enforcement.
Cann Group Scoops Up Grant For Cannabis Facility
Australian medical cannabis company Cann Group (ASX:CAN) has been awarded a grant under the Victorian Government’s Regional Jobs Fund.
Cann Group is constructing a large-scale medical cannabis cultivation and production facility in Mildura with the potential to create 150 new permanent jobs. The company was last week awarded a grant for up to $1.975 million in connection with the project, with the funding to assist in electricity upgrades at the site.