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Brighter Days Ahead?

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Last week was a big one for the Canadian cannabis industry – and many companies, brands and people were together at MJBizCon to discuss it all.

Ontario’s new retail cannabis guidelines are out – and things seem to be moving quickly after a year of being stuck firmly in the mud. Expect to see lots more retailers in Ontario in 2020.

In some parts of the country, Cannabis 2.0 starts this week

For a deep dive into all things Ontario retail – we connect with Matt Maurer of Torkin Manes last Friday from the MJBizCon trade show. Take a listen…

Read on…

There was other news too…

The New York Times got into a how the Canadian cannabis industry has been a disappointment (for investors) over the past year.

Topping the list, CannTrust. Among many of their ongoing challenges, they are at risk of losing their NYSE listing

Major League Baseball – will from now forward be dubbed, Marijuana League Baseball – as they announced they will no longer test for cannabis.

Not to be left out, chief Dallas Cowboy Jerry Jones expects a similar path for the NFL

New research about cannabis and driving shows that even if THC is in your blood, it doesn’t mean you’re impaired.

Zenabis has turfed CEO Andrew Grieve – the search is on for the next leader. 

All things Business of Cannabis…

We connected with MJBiz Daily co-founder and immediate past CEO, Cassandra Farrington just outside the MJBizCon trade show floor last Friday. Hear that here:

Stay tuned to Business of Cannabis for more podcasts and videos from MJBizCon 2019.

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