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Chef Chris Sayegh wants to show people that edible cannabis can be used for much more than making pot brownies. The California-based, Michelin restaurant-trained chef says Canadians are on the verge of a foodie revolution fuelled by legal cannabis, which can be used to infuse everything from sweets to steaks. Sayegh wants to help guide that revolution in a responsible direction,...
Toronto police have shut down five pot shops in a co-ordinated raid Friday afternoon. Police spokesman Gary Long says the drug squad charged and released eight people under the new provincial cannabis legislation. It is only legal to buy marijuana in Ontario from the province’s online website and police Chief Mark Saunders vowed to shut down illegal dispensaries after marijuana became...
Adam Brett says he plans to try Ontario’s online cannabis store, but not until the kinks are worked out. The 23-year-old said his roommate had ordered from the online Ontario Cannabis Store in the wee hours of weed legalization on Wednesday, but as of Saturday was still waiting for his order to arrive. “Overall, I think (legalization) is a good idea,...
The Roll-Up features co-hosts Bruce Barcott, Ben Adlin, and Alyssa Yeoman in a Friday morning roundtable about the week’s top cannabis news. Leafly Podcast The Roll-Up #56: Legalization Day in Canada This week: The entire nation of Canada legalized cannabis on Wednesday, Oct. 17. No big deal. Bruce and the Leafly Canada staff were there to cover it, experience it, and celebrate it. From...
Sales of cannabis in Quebec are significantly stronger than expected. The SAQ, which manages Quebec’s cannabis retailer the SQDC said there have been 42,500 sales so far overall: 30,000 online and 12,500 in stores. The SAQ would not reveal a dollar figure for its earnings so far. Customers at the Ste-Catherine St. location in downtown Montreal are braving two-hour lineups –...
On the first day cannabis was legal a young entrepreneur capitalized on cookie sales. She’s being called one smart cookie. As people lined up to buy cannabis at one of six Edmonton cannabis stores that opened Wednesday, a small entrepreneur stood ready to capitalize on what could be expected to be customers’ future need for a sweet snack. Nine-year-old Elina Childs had...