Welcome to the Weekly Chronicle

September 15, 2020

Today we launch Weekly Chronicle, a subscription newsletter targeting professionals and leaders working in the cannabis sector. Weekly Chronicle co-founder Jameson Berkow will serve as our Editor-in-Chief. Learn more about Jameson Berkow.



The newsletter will extend Business of Cannabis’ offerings to include original news, delivered weekly. The initial four issues of Weekly Chronicles will be delivered directly to those currently receiving Business of Cannabis newsletters. Sign up for Business of Cannabis mailing list. Beyond October 16, Weekly Chronicle will be available to subscribers only.

Weekly Chronicle is made possible, in part, with the support of Gallagher in Canada.

“Cannabis legalization is an economic experiment of truly unprecedented proportions, yet media coverage of the legal pot sector is all too often reduced to store counts and stock prices. The mission of Weekly Chronicle is to provide deeper, actionable insights and analyses of the biggest questions raised by the end of cannabis prohibition.”

Jameson Berkow, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Weekly Chronicle

Weekly Chronicle will launch Issue I on Thursday, September 17, 2020. The initial four weeks of Weekly Chronicle will be free, with an introductory offer of $99/annual subscription available through October 16.


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About Jameson Berkow

After more than a decade in financial journalism with the Financial Post and BNN Bloomberg, Jameson Berkow joined The Globe and Mail in 2018 to cover the end of cannabis prohibition through an economic lens. In early 2020 he built and launched The Rise – an online magazine for cannabis entrepreneurs – on behalf of venture capital firm Canopy Rivers. He started working on the concept for Weekly Chronicle in the summer of 2020 after finding Business of Cannabis to be an ideal partner. Jameson is a member of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) and holds an honours degree in international economics from Queen’s University.

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