Canadian pot companies are worth billions but is it a bubble ready to burst?

Bloomberg data shows there are 84 public companies trading on Canadian stock exchanges that are somehow connected to the cannabis industry, and collectively they are worth $37 billion. (Patrick...

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Pot consumers paying less than $7 a gram, Statistics Canada survey finds – Politics...

Canadians pay an average of less than $7 a gram for pot, according to Statistics Canada data collected through a crowdsourcing pilot project. More than 15,000 Canadians have participated in StatsCan's...

BMO open to more pot deals if companies can get past ‘traps’: CEO –...

The Toronto-based lender became the first major Canadian bank to arrange a stock sale for a firm tied to pot this month when its capital-markets unit helped lead a...

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The wave of consolidation in Canada's cannabis industry continued Monday with Aphria striking a near-billion dollar takeover agreement with Nuuvera.  

Canada sold $1.2 billion of illegal cannabis outside country in 2017

OTTAWA—Not only do Canadians have a knack for growing pot, they’re also adept at sneaking it across the border, suggests a new report by Statistics Canada. Last year, about...

The week in marijuana deals: A factory revival, hemp heats up and destination Germany...

Last week’s weed headlines were dominated by the billion-dollar deal between Aurora Cannabis Inc. and Cannimed Therapeutics Inc., whose management teams came together after months of bickering to lay...

Employee insurance plan must pay for medical marijuana, human rights board rules – Nova...

A human rights board has determined a Nova Scotia man's prescribed medical marijuana must be covered by his employee insurance plan, a ruling advocates say will likely have impact...

Statistics Canada crowdsourcing info for government pot prices – National | Globalnews.ca

“We’re going to social media. We’re crowdsourcing,” said Tony Peluso, assistant director for Statistics Canada. “We’re going on sites and looking at what online retailers are selling for.“ Stats Canada...