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Crossing the cannabis chasm Wiisag Corporation: A local cannabis company with a global mission Nick Davies on HEXO’s Multibillion-Dollar Global Ambitions The ‘high’ road: the dangers of impaired driving No such thing as a harmless habit: efforts to educate and protect youth on cannabis use What Now?

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Crossing the cannabis chasm

Crossing the cannabis chasm

In the near future, many products will be cannabis-infused, in one way or the other. By using a responsible approach to educating people about cannabis, we can build a bridge that crosses the chasm and puts Canadian cannabis products into the global market.

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Wiisag Corporation: A local cannabis company with a global mission

Wiisag Corporation: A local cannabis company with a global mission

Wiisag Corporation, a Canadian Indigenous integrated cannabis company, is helping Canada’s Indigenous communities to regain control over their resources by tapping into this billion dollar industry.
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Nick Davies on HEXO’s Multibillion-Dollar Global Ambitions

Nick Davies on HEXO’s Multibillion-Dollar Global Ambitions

HEXO is not just another start-up to international success story. The cannabis company has its sites set on being the first chapter in that yet-to-be written history.
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The ‘high’ road: the dangers of impaired driving

The ‘high’ road: the dangers of impaired driving

It’s no secret here in Canada, cannabis has a certain popularity. And even though the notorious, leafy drug feels a lot different than alcohol, it still greatly impacts your ability to drive.

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No such thing as a harmless habit: efforts to educate and protect youth on cannabis use

No such thing as a harmless habit: efforts to educate and protect youth on cannabis use

While marijuana use by youth is far from a new phenomenon, a lot has changed since the golden days of cannabis.
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What Now?

What Now?

The Edison brand aims to de-stigmatize and elevate the status of cannabis culture in Canada.

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