Aphria Inc. (APHQF) Signs Supply Agreement with MBLL
Aphria Inc. (“Aphria” or the “Company“) (TSX: APH and US OTC: APHQF) today announced that it has signed a Supply Agreement (the “Agreement“) with the Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation(“MBLL“) to provide a portfolio of high-quality, branded cannabis and cannabis derivative products for sale in Manitoba’s adult-use market. “We are thrilled... Read more
Grown Rogue: A Leading ‘Seed-to-Experience’ Cannabis Brand
Ryan Allway June 29th, 2018 Exclusive, News, Top News The cannabis industry is projected to exceed $50 billion by 2026, according to Cowen & Co., driven by the legalization of medical and adult-use cannabis across a growing number of states. While the federal government is making progress towards... Read more
The first cannabis lounge in Southern California is coming to Palm Springs, and neighbor isn’t pleased
Palm Springs just issued a permit for what may well be the first legal cannabis lounge in Southern California — a place where people will be allowed to smoke and hang out in the way drinkers can gather at a pub — triggering a standoff with a neighboring business... Read more
Landlords where illegal dispensary operated ordered to pay $388,000
A Riverside County couple who leased a San Ysidro storefront to an illegal marijuana dispensary was ordered to pay $388,000 in civil penalties to the city of San Diego this week, city officials said. Quirino and Bertha Gutierrez, who live in Menifee, were ordered to pay the equivalent of... Read more
Lagunitas Brewing unveils cannabis-infused sparkling water
Lagunitas Brewing Co. of Petaluma is delving deeper into the cannabis industry, announcing the launch of a new THC-infused sparkling beverage. The drink, named Hi-Fi Hops, only will be available at licensed cannabis dispensaries in California starting July 30. It will come in two varieties, including one containing 10... Read more
Kern County maintains medical marijuana dispensary ban
The current ban on medicinal marijuana dispensaries will remain in place in Kern County for the time being after the Kern County Board of Supervisors took no action on a proposal that could have led to the establishment of seven legal medicinal dispensaries throughout the county at a meeting... Read more



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