Experts say making marijuana legal will help yield much needed insight into the drug’s health effects — both positive and negative.
Young people who use cannabis and drive are at greater risk of being in involved in a vehicular collision even if five hours have passed since inhaling it, according to a McGill University study.
CEO of the beverage giant behind Corona: Cannabis is one of the ‘most significant’ growth opportunities of the next decade
Corona Beer on Instagram Constellation Brands’ CEO Rob Sands is “extremely bullish” about the burgeoning cannabis industry. He defended the company’s $ 4 billion purchase of a 38% stake in Canopy Growth on a call with investors on Thursday. “We’re not playing defense, we’re playing offense,” Sands said. The beverage giant behind Corona and Modelo […]
With pot about to become legal in Canada in just a couple of weeks, a new guide warning parents about the dangers of using cannabis during pregnancy and exposing children to second-hand pot smoke is popping up at Toronto hospitals.
A $10 billion marijuana producer just spun off its venture arm in the hopes it will become the ‘Google Ventures of cannabis’ (RIV)
Blair Gable/Reuters Canopy Growth, a $ 10 billion Canadian marijuana firm, is spinning off its venture-capital arm, which began trading at $ 18.44 per share Thursday morning Canopy Rivers makes minority investments in burgeoning marijuana companies as part of its goal to become the ‘Google Ventures of cannabis.’ Watch Canopy Growth trade in real time […]
Canadian cannabis producer Tilray is going bananas after its CEO appears on Cramer’s “Mad Money” (TLRY)
Tilray CEO Brenden Kennedy appeared on CNBC’s “Mad Money” Tuesday evening. He told Cramer alcohol and drug companies should be looking at the cannabis space and that Canada is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to full legalization of the drug. Tilray shares are up 41.55% ahead of Wednesday’s opening bell. Watch […]
Whether or not you can overdose on cannabis depends on two things: how you ingest it and how you define the word, “overdose.”
Parents like Mandy McKnight say that cannabis has been life-changing, even life-saving, for their kids, but there’s a lack of established medical evidence.
In the past, public health campaigns warning of the harmful effects of drugs delivered one resounding message: Don’t do it. But now that the federal government has decided to legalize marijuana, Health Canada is undertaking new strategies to try and land on teens’ screens and in the places they hang out.
THE mother of a boy who suffers up to 300 seizures a day fears her son may be forced to have surgery because she cannot get medical cannabis for him. Oscar Smith, five, suffers from myoclonic astatic epilepsy, a rare form of the illness known as Doose Syndrome, which is very hard to control.