Your Weekly Cannabis News
Every Friday Ethnopharm gives you a rundown of the latest cannabis news from across the world
Cannabis legalisation has no immediate impact on crime stats: Dutch police
Legalizing the production and use of cannabis does not lead to an immediate reduction in drug crime, a delegation from the Dutch police concluded after a working visit to Canada.
Industry says UK laws deterring cannabis investment
UK anti-money laundering laws are deterring investment in the cannabis industry in Europe, according to lawyers and industry executives.
Malta: paving the way for cannabis research and development
Talking about the wider landscape of medicinal cannabis research and development in Malta, John Charles Ellul explains more.
Cannabis trial: Dutch cities picked for cafe supply experiment
Cannabis cafes in the Netherlands are to be supplied legally with drugs from regulated producers as part of a trial aimed at tackling the black market.
Greenhouse site to become Jersey’s second cannabis farm?
MEDICINAL cannabis could be grown at a former tomato farm in St Lawrence – if a planning application is approved.
The DEA just made a huge change to how the government treats medical marijuana
A bland announcement in the Federal Register on Monday may mark the beginning of the end of federal drug cops’ 50-year Reefer Madness crusade.
Vaping Warning by CDC should worry Cannabis players
On August 23, Illinois’s Department of Public Health reported a case of death likely related to the use of e-cigarettes or vaping
California Says Its Cannabis Revenue Has Fallen Short Of Estimates, Despite Gains
California’s cannabis excise tax generated only $74.2 million in the second quarter of 2019, the state says, announcing numbers that are short of projections that were set months ago.
Canadian CBD firm lands controversial former US attorney general as counsel
Former acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will serve as outside counsel for Toronto-based CBD company Alternate Health, officials announced Tuesday.
Tilray to Acquire Alberta Cannabis Retailer for $70 Million in Stock with Additional Earnouts
Tilray Announces Definitive Agreement to Acquire FOUR20 Adult-Use Cannabis Retailer
FOUR20 owns and operates six stores in Alberta and has secured 16 additional high-traffic store locations
Agreement is for up to C$110M subject to the achievement of performance milestones by FOUR20
B.C. selling less legal cannabis than any province other than P.E.I.
British Columbia sold less legal cannabis than any province other than Prince Edward Island in the first nine months of legalization and officials blame supply shortages and a slow rollout of retail stores.
The evolving tapestry of cannabis regulation in Colombia
Colombia is synonymous with cannabis farming, but are there more challenges creating cannabis regulation than it would appear?
Medicinal cannabis company Medigrowth Australia strengthens position with strategic investment
Victorian based Medicinal Cannabis company Medigrowth continues to achieve significant milestones as it navigates a clear path to delivering on its commitment to become a valuable cannabis industry supply chain partner, large scale extraction company and provider of pure, safe and trusted pharmaceutical grade medical cannabis for delivery to Australian patients.
SRC to Commence Medical Cannabis-Related Evaluations in September
The Scientific Research Council (SRC) is slated to commence medical cannabis-related evaluations in September.
A look at how far SA is in drafting cannabis law
The Constitutional Court gave the South African government 24 months to come up with laws that will be in line with the Constitution in terms of the use of cannabis.