The new coronavirus appeared and began causing devastation around the world with such haste that most individuals have not had time to catch their breath — if you can pardon the metaphor.
While Canadians are stockpiling cannabis and practicing social distancing, now is as good of a time as ever to get creative with your stash.
Restaurants and bars have to close their dine-in options, but grocery stores and pharmacies can stay open. So where does that leave Michigan cannabis retailers as more state-mandated restrictions over coronavirus go into effect?
Major medicinal cannabis summit set to take place this week has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
Sharing is an important part of cannabis culture. It’s especially common in recreational users, for whom the communal use of cannabis is a way of social interaction and even a social ritual.
The Coronavirus pandemic is now in full swing, with non-essential retail businesses being ordered to close in a number of countries around the world. Included are legal cannabis dispensaries in countries like the US, Canada, and the Netherlands, where customers are queueing in order to stock up.
Peterborough’s first legal cannabis store is about to open.
Concerns looming over coronavirus impact on cannabis industry, but some US firms could gain from fallout.
Marijuana and hemp companies of all stripes – from growers to retailers – are likely to join other global industries feeling the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.
Cannabis retailers have seen a similar trend, with many consumers choosing to make fewer trips to dispensaries, instead opting for larger, less frequent purchases as COVID-19 fears grip the country.