Early data suggests no spike in pot-impaired driving after legalization, police say

Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more…

Continue Reading →

Delays at Sturgeon Refinery add to Alberta heavy oil price discount woes

A new refinery touted as part of the solution to Alberta’s oversupply of heavy oil likely won’t begin processing oilsands…

Continue Reading →

American Apparel returning to Canada with online store

American Apparel will return to the Canadian market with an online store on Nov. 1., a year after its bankruptcy…

Continue Reading →

Expect cannabis to be ‘sold out’ across the country, says Aphria

Licensed cannabis producer Aphria Inc. warned on Friday of product shortages in both brick-and-mortar stores and online sales portals across…

Continue Reading →

U.S.-China trade war boosts sales of Canadian live lobster exports to China

Exporters and shippers of live Canadian lobster are reporting a huge growth in the number of air cargo shipments to China,…

Continue Reading →

Teck’s $20B Frontier oilsands project heads to joint review hearing

If it’s true that the era of mega oilsands projects is coming to an end, one proposed project stands as an outlier.…

Continue Reading →

As legalization looms, pot dispensaries wrestle with whether to close now to go legit later

Justin Loizos is a cannabis convert. After dealing with chronic pain for years as a result of multiple sclerosis, he eventually…

Continue Reading →

Enbridge signs $4.7B deal to buy Enbridge Income Fund

Less than a month after saying it wouldn’t increase its offer to buy the equity it doesn’t own in three…

Continue Reading →

Aurora Cannabis says no deal yet to make marijuana-infused drinks

Aurora Cannabis issued a statement early Tuesday saying it does not have a deal with Coke or any other beverage…

Continue Reading →