Msiku continues using Indigenous branding despite change in ownership
Atlanticann confirmed last week they will continue using Msiku, their recreational cannabis brand name, despite no longer being owned by the Association of Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq Chiefs.
"Our brand continues to pay homage and respect to our original shareholders through its original name," said Christine Halef, CEO of Atlanticann. "We had a great working relationship with the Mi’kmaq and have the utmost respect for them."
TobaRolls Launch as Manitoba Lawsuit Heads to Court
When Jesse Lavoie purchased his first TobaRoll at Garden Variety in Winnipeg last week it marked a historic moment. For the first time ever, Canadians can now support a not-for-profit organization with their cannabis dollars.
“This is a very proud moment," Lavoie said. "I'm very happy that we were able to launch TobaRolls in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Now profit can start flowing to the charities we’ve chosen to support."
House of Flowers launches non-profit to support 2SLGBTQIA+ community in cannabisInclusivity advocate and founder of Terps Not Terfs, Andrea Flowers, along with queer advocate and industry professional Hez Murphy are proud and excited to introduce House of Flowers — a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping 2SLGBTQIA+ members of the cannabis industry bloom.
Space's LandracesWith its fishbone stems, widely spaced bracts and sprawling bud structure Chiang Mai is one of the most unique and rare cannabis strains ever grown in Canada. Space Sherpa, a medicinal grower under the ACMPR program and budding hobbyist breeder, hunted this and several other landrace genetics in the hopes of finding something unique to bring to Canada’s overcrowded legal market. Sherpa laughs that although the odds of him finding a revolutionary plant from landrace stock are low they are—encouragingly—not zero.
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Introducing the Stashcast: Episode 1 - Subsidium Secreto / Sieve SolventlessIn this first episode of the Stashcast, hosts Lucas and Chris meet up with Subsidium Secreto. SS placed second in Canada’s Favourite Grower’s Contest this past year. He also produces hash under the name Sieve Solventless. The conversation takes listeners from a discussion about living soil and Health Canada regulations to what obstacles growers face when moving from legacy to legal.
Manitoba mysteriously delays launch of TobaRollsLavoie’s team received emails when the delay first began stating it was due to “staffing issues and focusing on year end.” After those emails, Lavoie's team says they received a phone call from MBLL stating TobaRolls was taken "above the MBLL for review". To our knowledge this has never happened before.
TobaGrown launches first non-profit cannabis brand in CanadaCanada’s first non-profit cannabis product debuts in Manitoba this month, giving weed enthusiasts across Canada an actual reason to brag. TobaRolls by TobaGrown will be available in almost every retail pot shop across Manitoba beginning March 30th. Profits will first pay off TobaGrown’s legal bills as they fight the Progressive Conservative government’s ban on growing cannabis at home for recreational purposes. Once those bills are paid, profits will then flow to a variety of local and international charities.
The Easiest and Fastest Way to Clean Your BongAny regular cannabis enthusiast understands the convenience of bongs and pipes when it comes to smoking weed but they also know just how grimy and dirty their glassware can get. There are many different ways to clean your bong but in our opinion the absolute best, fastest and easiest way to clean your own bong is with Scrubber Duckys. That's why we decided to offer them in our shop.
Black History Month in Canadian Cannabis
Women in Weed: 8 Women Leading the Canadian Cannabis IndustryAs 2021 comes to a close we wanted to showcase the Canadian women leading the cannabis industry. We've covered the industry from a variety of angles and misogyny is rampant. Misconceptions persist about a woman's ability to lead or even participate in the cannabis industry. To help fight those misconceptions we present here a short list of Canadian women leading cannabis.
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- Brit Burlonee
- Christine Halef
- Collective Growers
- Karen Nguyen
- Lauren Tansley
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- Myrna Gillis
- Rebecca Tull
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- Sugar the cat
- terps not terfs
- Vivianne Wilson
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Your Royal Highness - Royal City Cannabis' Employee-First Culture Gets Bought out by Entourage Health CorpIn late November of 2020, Royal City’s leadership began firing staff from a number of departments. The trimming and packaging operation in Guelph is reportedly moving 90 minutes away from its current location.
Stoner Science: High North Labs is Canada's Premiere Cannabis Testing LaboratoryWhen asked what sets High North apart from other labs Moriarity takes a deep breath. He describes an industry where spreadsheets are paid for by people who don’t know what they’re looking for and produced by people who’ve never lit a joint in their life.
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