Welcome to the Cannabis Countdown. In this week’s rendition, we’ll recap and countdown the top 10 Marijuana Industry News stories for the week of February 24th – March 1st, 2020.
Without further ado, let’s get started.
The cannabis sector got hammered this week as concerns over the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) intensified. These Pot Stocks could be in for a rough year if the situation continues to get worse.
TCI host, Miss Universe Canada 2019 and Cannabis Crusader Alyssa Boston interviews Steve Giblin, CEO of TransCanna Holdings (CSE: TCAN) (OTC: TCNAF) (FRA: TH8).
Biomedical startup Eleusis may have made a major Alzheimer’s breakthrough using LSD microdosing.
The Vermont House has voted 90-54 in favour of a bill that seeks to legalize recreational cannabis sales at dispensaries across the state.
Cannabis use may be legal in Canada, but if U.S. border guards find out about it, a person could have their Nexus pass taken away or not granted in the first place, secret instructions issued to managers at U.S. border posts say.
The president of the narcotics enforcement agency of the United Nations is questioning whether the agency’s decades-old drug conventions are outdated, given global policy developments in recent years involving drugs such as cannabis.
There will be many companies hurt by the virus industry experts predicted, mostly caused by temporary shutdowns of Chinese manufacturing plants. On the flip side, some U.S. companies might be able to step in and fill the void.
Products containing cannabidiol (CBD) are here to stay, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Stephen Hahn acknowledged on Wednesday, calling it “a fool’s game” to attempt to pull the products off the market.
Hobo Cannabis, a Vancouver-based marijuana company from the Donnelly Group, announced plans to open a total of 15 new stores across Ontario today — 10 of which will be located within the GTA.