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Aphria, Tilray to merge, creating world’s largest cannabis producer – National

Canadian pot producer Aphria Inc said on Wednesday it will merge with rival Tilray Inc, creating the world’s largest cannabis producer by sales and giving it a foothold in the fast-growing U.S. market. READ MORE: Aurora Cannabis reducing workforce at Edmonton-area facility Like several of the North… Read More »Aphria, Tilray to merge, creating world’s largest cannabis producer – National

Aurora Cannabis lays off 30 staff, ‘indefinitely’ pauses operations at Alberta facility

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 30, 2020 6:10 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Aurora Cannabis Inc. says it is indefinitely pausing operations at one of its Alberta facilities and laying off a few… Read More »Aurora Cannabis lays off 30 staff, ‘indefinitely’ pauses operations at Alberta facility

This 29-year-old was making $80,000 a year in sales but quit to deal with her mental health. Now, relying on $1,800 in EI, she’s wondering how to restart

Millennial Money is a weekly submission-based series that provides financial advice to millennials in the GTA. Read the full series here. For 29-year-old Josslyn, the COVID-19 pandemic has been an added challenge to a series of obstacles she’s faced over the past few years. Three… Read More »This 29-year-old was making $80,000 a year in sales but quit to deal with her mental health. Now, relying on $1,800 in EI, she’s wondering how to restart

The U.S. election could change the cannabis industry. Is Canada ready? – National

As Americans cast their ballots in one of the most acrimonious U.S. elections in history, Canada’s cannabis industry is salivating on the sidelines. In a historical vote that’s stoking worries of post-election violence, easing restrictions around marijuana has surprisingly broad bipartisan support. Read more: ‘It… Read More »The U.S. election could change the cannabis industry. Is Canada ready? – National

‘It’s very destructive’: Gambling addict, professionals react to Alberta’s new online casino

On Thursday, the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) officially launched PlayAlberta.ca, the province’s only regulated online gambling site. AGLC anticipates PlayAlberta will generate $3.71 million in revenue annually. That money is directed into Alberta’s general revenue fund. Bonnie Lee, an associate professor in Addictions… Read More »‘It’s very destructive’: Gambling addict, professionals react to Alberta’s new online casino

Aurora Cannabis names new CEO, expects up to $1.8B in goodwill impairment charges – Edmonton

Aurora Cannabis Inc. has a new leader just as the company is bracing itself to record up to $1.8 billion worth of goodwill impairment charges. The Edmonton-based cannabis company appointed Miguel Martin, who ran Aurora’s U.S. cannabidiol company Reliva and became chief commercial officer at… Read More »Aurora Cannabis names new CEO, expects up to $1.8B in goodwill impairment charges – Edmonton