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Canna Farms
Hope, B.C. C
15299
Canna Farms is a Health Canada Licensed Producer of hand picked cannabis products under the ACMPR formerly MMPR.Canna Farms was the first LP in British Columbia to receive a ACMPR/MMPR license, and since then our dedicated and talented team has been working hard to provide our pa...
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Marijuana Business Daily | April 11, 2018
 Quebec inks bombshell supply deals for 359 tons of cannabis
Matt Lamers
Canadas second-largest province by population signed multiyear supply deals with six licensed cannabis cultivators for its recreational market, a move that provides much needed certainty for businesses and investors, analysts say. The six companies will supply an aggregate of approximately 325,000 kilograms 359 tons of cannabis over the life of the deals. Quebec-based Hydropothecary got the biggest share. Hydropothecary will supply 20,000 kilograms of products in the first year, 35,000 kilograms in year two and 45,000 kilograms in year three. Supply in the following two....
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Smell The Truth | April 5, 2018
  Business Health Lifestyle Legal Activism Science Reviews Germany to rely on Canadian-exported marijuana after judge halts licensing process


Oscar Pascual
Germanys burgeoning medical marijuana program will continue to rely on exported cannabis following a court decision to delay the countrys cultivation licensing process, the Financial Post reports. The country was in the process of tendering 10 licenses to grow cannabis domestically, with a 6,600 kilogram supply agreement for the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices running from 2019 to 2022. Those licenses would have become the first to grow in Germany since the country passed one of the worlds most progressive medical marijuana programs in 2017. That process i....
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The Joint Blog | March 23, 2018
 Canadas Senate has voted to pass a marijuana legalization bill through its second reading.


Anthony Martinelli
The Senate passed Bill C-45 yesterday in a 44 to 29 vote. The measure, which would legalize marijuana for everyone 18 and older, passed the House of Commons in November by a vote of 200 to 82. The bill will now go through a third reading in the Senate. If passed, as expected, it will be sent to the Governor General for Royal Assent final approval. If the measure does become law as many anticipate and as Prime Minister Justin Trudea has promised, the possession and personal cultivation of marijuana will become legal for those 21 and older. The measure would establish a sys....
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Marijuana Business Daily | March 19, 2018
 Unit of big pharmaceutical firm Novartis partners with medical marijuana producer Tilray


Bart Schaneman
British Columbia-based medical marijuana producer Tilray announced Monday it has formed a strategic partnership with Sandoz Canada, the first known affiliation between a marijuana producer and a major pharmaceutical company. Tilray signed a letter of intent with the Quebec-based affiliate of Sandoz International GmbH, an arm of global health care giant Novartis. The entry of Big Pharma into Canadas marijuana industry comes after alcoholic beverage giant Constellation Brands and a large U.S. tobacco company recently made their own forays into the countrys MJ sector. Briti....
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