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Cannabis Security

From the Editor: Cannabis producers should heed call for PPE donation

Cannabis companies maintain a good supply of these PPEs at their facilities as they are required to maintain bio-secure production facilities. Diverting some of those PPEs to hospitals and emergency responders can literally help save lives.

Cannabis companies seek government help amid COVID-19

About 71 cannabis firms and organizations have written a letter to Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Industry Minister Navdeep Bains asking for their companies to get access to wage subsidies being made available to small businesses.

Cannabis stores warn of delivery delays and store closures

Canadian cannabis shoppers will have to get used to a patchwork of closed stores and delivery disruptions as pot distributors across the country implement changes.
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Bracing for COVID-19

Crisis expert Suzanne Bernier says now is not the time for half measures. Based on lessons from SARS and H1N1, Bernier said businesses must become more proactive in combatting the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Closing down “non-critical, non-life-saving services” is not a matter of business but of saving lives, she said. » Read More

Why we unionized

B.C.-based budtender, Adelaide Wilder, shares her insights on why she became part of the first group of private workers to unionize. “We don’t want Clarity Cannabis to be a business with low sales, high turnover and untrained workers. We want the business to be successful, and we want to be the reason why. At the same time, we need to eat and pay rent.” » Read More
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Cannabis Analysis

University-bred portable analysis device seeks commercial debut

Most producers and labs test the ratios of THC and CBD using slow and expensive technology, usually high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). But, they thought, if there was a way to integrate chemical sensors into organic electronics for the testing of cannabis, they could be on to a much faster, cheaper, and easy-to-use solution. » Read More