Why is it so hard to find legal edibles?

The long wait for "Cannabis 2.0" products is almost over—here’s what’s about to hit Nova Scotia shelves.
In the last week of January, a month after edibles arrived at the NSLC, the Clyde Street store was mostly bare of them.

Cannabis: Peeling Back the Layers | Behind the Scenes with FIGR

How FIGR is bringing transparency to the cannabis industry
A year after the legalization of the cannabis industry, it’s time to shed some light on the specific science and agricultural knowledge that comes with producing high-quality cannabis.

Anna Duckworth on raising Miss Grass

By co-founding "the Goop of cannabis," the Nova Scotia entrepreneur is redefining how the world thinks about weed.
A nna Duckworth hails from Kingsburg, Nova Scotia.

Pot and performance

Studying the positive connections between weed use and working out.
You always remember how to ride a bike, but the work that goes into racing a bike might be worth forgetting.

11 things to do in Halifax when you’re high

With places to go, bands to see and cake to get delivered, HRM is a great place to enjoy legal cannabis.
Halifax is very conflicted about cannabis.

Cannabis review: Indica and sativa don’t mean much in a world gone hybrid

Lucy says relax when it comes to weed labels, and focus instead on the effects of NSLC’s “Relax” strains
Durga Mata 2 Producer: Namaste Price: $9.99 for one-gram pack

Cannabis Review: Aurora’s Banana Split

The popular strain is a mellow mood-booster from the NSLC's "Cetnre" category.
I've been intrigued by the Centre section of NSLC Cannabis since legalization.

24 weeks later: a look at Nova Scotia’s weed industry

The legalization experiment started six months ago. What are the results so far?
On October 17 last year, Canada changed when recreational cannabis became legal.

I’m a mom, and I use cannabis

Opening up about weed and motherhood in a stigmatized world
WIth Canada being six months deep into legalization, many longtime cannabis users are finally coming out of the closet, breathing in that sweet sigh of relief.

Local products to bring some fresh air to your next sesh

Get to know these Halifax-based creators making waves in the pot scene.
Sue Siri, Drink Mallow

Myrna Gillis means canna-business

CEO and power-house entrepreneur talks diversity, difference and doing it right
Myrna Gillis is no stranger to the long haul.

Six Months Since Legalization

Edison Shares Lessons Learned and Plans for the Edible Future
Time flies when you’re having fun.

The high points of the Cannabis Sessions

Saturday’s weed-focused event was an educational first for the region.
The Coast Cannabis Sessions hit Halifax on Saturday to get people talking and learning about weed.

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Vol 27, No 40
February 27, 2020

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