What did you miss last week in cannabis?

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As you can see, we are changing some things up in 2021. Same great information and updates, but a more streamlined delivery via email. In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing more about our plans for 2021. We are doubling down on the content, insight and events from 2020, while adding some new offerings targeted directly at those working in and around the cannabis sector.

– Business of Cannabis

5 Must-Reads from Last Week

‘It’s the first thing I do when I wake up.’ Canadians turning to cannabis to cope through COVID-19 pandemic | The Toronto Star

Multi-Country Operator IM Cannabis to Acquire Trichome Financial | New Cannabis Ventures

Celebrities, cash and questions: A new force roils the cannabis prisoner-release movement | Politico

On Heels of Senate’s Adoption of Cannabis Research Bill, DEA Issues Rule to License More Research Cannabis Growers | Saul, Ewing, Arnstein & Lehr

Fire at licensed cannabis grow-op in Welland considered suspicious | Niagara Falls Review

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