New hope has blossomed for home marijuana growers after a federal judge’s ruling, but Alberta entrepreneurs believe there will still be a budding commercial market for the drug regardless of the court’s ultimate verdict.
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Police have shut down a major marijuana growing operation in Calgary’s Harvest Hills neighbourhood.
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A Calgary-area greenhouse operator is being stymied in his effort to grow medical marijuana by a local council move to change the bylaw that would have allowed it.
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The botanical arts city could get a little greener if a licensed medical marijuana growing facility opts to set up shop in St. Albert.
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The federal government’s decision to turn medical marijuana production over to commercial-sized companies has left Central Alberta rural municipalities playing catch-up.
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This profiles what could be perhaps the hottest – and one of the largest – markets in the world.Here’s our main feature, and it profiles what could be perhaps the hottest – and one of the largest – markets in the world. In fact, our Institutional Reserach team is busily completing a full sector report on the marijuana industry, which should be released along with the new investor-oriented Daily Bell within the next couple of weeks.
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Making two interstate moves in a matter of months, with two young children in tow, wasn’t something Moriah Barnhart had planned for.
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MP Blake Richards was at The Gold and Silver Centre in Cremona on Fri. Jan. 10 to take part in a meeting meant to address the concerns of residents about a medicinal marijuana production centre that is being developed in the area.
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Casual use of marijuana is now approved by a majority of Albertans. For the first time, a Lethbridge-based study has found, more than half the men and women polled province-wide said they agreed with recreational use of the herb. And support is highest in southern Alberta.
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New federal rules for medical marijuana set to come into effect in the spring have municipalities scrambling to figure out how to manage what could become a new industry within their borders.
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