Demand for cannabis is outweighing supply in Canada, meaning consumer disappointment and a possible resurgence in black market product.
Those aged 18 and over would be allowed to possess and use cannabis recreationally, and cultivate up to 20 plants for personal use,
After a few cases of edibles considered as 'appealing to children' slipped through the net, the state has forced a review of what is appropriate, causing frustration and alarm amongst local companies.
The legalization of cannabis in Canada will not be without its complications and there is a lot to consider going forward. Here we look at some of the trickier aspects of a blanket legalization, such as workplace stipulations and roadside testing.
In wake of the legalization of recreational cannabis use in Canada and medicinal cannabis legalization in the UK, the renowned psychiatric research institution leads the way by addressing its own stance on cannabis use.
Following some high-profile cases where children required the use of medicinal cannabis for drug-resistant conditions, Britain has conducted a full-scale review of cannabis classification. Here we look at the significance of this decision and the potential future implications.
Relaxing the laws on cannabis for medicinal and recreational users would create substantial revenue boost and could see the generation of up to 1 million jobs by 2025.