BofC Live with Jeremy Potvin, Weedbox
Jeremy Potvin of Weedbox joined BofC Live to talk about the Weedbox/Canada House partnership recently announced that includes both retail partnership and an investment from Canada House into Weedbox.
BofC Live with Alanna Sokic, Global Public Affairs
Alanna Sokic of Global Public Affairs joined BofC Live to discuss research conducted to identify the number of federal ridings that include legal cannabis facilities - be they cultivation, processing or retail. The conversation included discussion about the impact of cannabis on the upcoming federal election.
BofC Live with Joel Lacelle, Hearst Organic Cannabis Products
Joel Lacelle heads up Hearst Organic Cannabis Products - a newly minted microcultivator approved by Health Canada. Lacelle joined Business of Cannabis to talk about being among the first micro approved by Health Canada.
July 8, 2019 | Bruce's (Smith) Fall Edition
Two big stories dominated the cannabis news last week in Canada - and one has global implications. Story 1: Canopy Growth ousted Co-CEO Bruce Linton. This news set off a series of stories, including one about the t-shirt Linton was wearing on his post-removal press tour… Story 2: Ontario set in motion the next wave of cannabis retail. And again, we see the next 50 distributed something like the first 25 - via lottery. 42 will be allocated by lottery, but this time with some pre-qualifications in terms of access to capital and real estate. The other 8 will be allocated to First Nations’ communities on a first come first serve basis.
BofC Live with Mark Spear, Wildfire Collective
Mark Spear is the Founder and CEO of Wildfire Collective. He is a strong advocate for craft and outdoor grown cannabis. His conversation with Jay Rosenthal of Business of Cannabis touches on his roots in the industry and the type of company he aims to build through Wildfire Collective.
BofC Live with Will Stewart, Harvest One
Will Stewart joined Jay Rosenthal of Business of Cannabis to discuss Legalization 2.0 and Legalization 3.0 in Canada as well as political implications of legalization as Canada heads into a federal election in October 2019.