Vol. 02 | December 11, 2017
The big news of last week was the announcement of a deal between Aphria and Shoppers which certainly had the industry – and the Canadian public – talking.
(Or, depending on your perspective, the big news of the week was that beleavesigned a deal
– If you missed Aphria’s CEO Vic Neufeld speaking about the Shoppers deal on the Midas Letter, here you go. – Some significant, non-Federal cannabis news this week from BC, from Manitoba and from First Nations. For a full run-down of where we are today – Province-by-Province – we have Trina Fraser to thank for this guide. (Trina updates this regularly, so be sure to follow her on Twitter @trinafraser) – The Financial Post took a look at the role of pricing and taxation plays in stamping out the black market. – Calgary just got a bit cooler with the opening of their very own Tokyo Smoke Beltline. – And while we are in Alberta, Business of Cannabis caught up with Alison McMahon
recently to talk about her company, Cannabis at Work.
Ample Organics’ CEO John Prentice is one of the most dynamic and visionary entrepreneurs in the Canadian cannabis sector and BofC spoke with him about what he sees as the big stories coming out in 2018 and doing business globally.
On the Lighter Side
Silent Bob spoke on Twitter about his new “job”…
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