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Health Canada Asks Cannabis Industry for Help With COVID-19 Testing

Canadian officials are turning to the cannabis industry to see if laboratories typically used to check for cannabinoids can be also used to test for COVID-19. In an email sent to licensed cannabis industry executives on Thursday obtained by BNN Bloomberg, Health Canada acting director general Joanne Garrah asked respondents if there was any spare …

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Lack of Protective Gear at Cannabis Labs Could Threaten Weed Supply

Labs have been taking protective steps like staggering workers’ shifts and implementing additional sanitation measures. Despite layoffs and downsizing in the cannabis industry over recent months, U.S. cannabis testing labs are still doing a brisk business, even in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. Staff at some labs have voiced concerns over a potential lack …

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A Call to the Cannabis Industry to Fight COVID-19

CANNABIS CULTURE – The biggest event of the 21st century, the COVID-19 outbreak, has dominated human behavior and mindshare. For the first time in my life and for most people reading this, the whole world is focused on solving one problem.order to stop the spread and help treat those that are infected, we need medical …

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Poll Reveals Some Pot Consumers’ Views On Coronavirus Pandemic Priorities

The continuing pandemic of the COVID-19 coronavirus has sparked panic buying in countries around the globe, leading to shortages of toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and some grocery items. Cannabis retailers have also seen a spike in sales, with long lines of customers eager to stock up on their favorite flower, concentrates, and edibles in several …

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Mexican Senate Committees approve Cannabis Bill… but Deadline Extended

CANNABIS CULTURE – On March 4, 2020, three Mexican Senate Committees approved in a joint session, generally, the cannabis bill – last version circulated on February 28, 2020 (the “Bill”). The Committees’ approval places such Bill on its way to Senate’s general vote.During the meeting, specific reservations were brought by Senators who voted in favor …

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NECANN Launches FREE Cannabis and Hemp Virtual Seminar Series

SHARED CONTENT –With conventions on hold nationwide NECANN and its partners are creating online networking and education programs. The New England Cannabis Convention today announced it has launched a free series of Cannabis and Hemp virtual seminars in partnership with NECANN Boston convention exhibitors and sponsors. The weekly series of free webinars, virtual meetings, instructional videos and educational …

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Emerald Harvest Opens Doors, Makes Sanitizer to Fight Pandemic

CANNABIS CULTURE – Emerald Harvest, the global hydroponics nutrient manufacturer, has joined the battle against COVID-19 with several initiatives aimed at aiding the community, local government and national health organizations. CEO Rob Higgins is offering the company’s facilities and capabilities to the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control and the government of California …

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Coronavirus and Cannabis Dealmaking

Nobody could have predicted the situation that the cannabis industry now finds itself in. Just a few months ago, it looked like there were challenging financial issues for many cannabis businesses across the country. Now, many states that have imposed coronavirus lockdowns have declared cannabis businesses to be essential so that they can stay open, …

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Is Cannabis Positioned to ‘Weather The Storm’ of COVID-19? Yes, Data and Tax Experts Declared at a Webinar This Week

Cannabis may be “uniquely positioned to weather the storm” of COVID-19, tax and data experts declared during a webinar Wednesday for 500 cannabis businesspeople. The businesspeople, primarily owner/operators, investors and ancillary service providers, also heard the experts label the cannabis industry “recession proof” during the event, which focused on cannabis-business planning and strategies during this …

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