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Canopy Growth Corp. to implement new pesticide-testing regime for cannabis

Canopy Growth to Implement New Pesticide-Testing for Cannabis

Canopy Growth to Implement New Pesticide-Testing for Cannabis

Canada’s biggest licensed marijuana producer, Canopy Growth, plans to subject its products to enhanced testing for pesticides and other contaminants, as the industry seeks to restore consumer confidence amid a tainted cannabis scare.

Canopy Growth to launch online marijuana store in April

Canopy Growth to Launch Online Marijuana Store in April

Online sales could be one way recreational marijuana is sold after legalization. Canopy Growth, the parent company of Tweed, Bedrocan, and Mettrum, is preparing to launch a website that will sell marijuana from all three producers in one place.

Marijuana industry faces challenge in gaining Canadians’ trust, survey finds

Marijuana Industry Faces Challenge in Gaining Canadians’ Trust

Marijuana stocks may have leapt higher on the news of Ottawa’s plans to legalize the drug by next year, but the industry is facing an uphill battle in building trust with Canadian consumers, according to a new survey.

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Canopy Growth Enters Into Agreement to Acquire Mettrum

SMITH FALLS, Ontario, Dec. 1, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: CGC) (“Canopy Growth” or the “Company”) and Mettrum Health Corp. (“Mettrum”) (TSXV: MT) are pleased to announce that they have entered into a definitive arrangement agreement.


Mettrum Health Corporation Launches Line of Hemp-based Foods

TORONTO, Sept. 23, 2015 /CNW/ – Mettrum Health Corp. (“Mettrum”) (TSXV:MT) (TSXV:MT.WT) has launched Mettrum Originals™, a line of hemp-based foods created with a focus on nutrition, great taste and convenience, giving Canadians an easy way to integrate hemp and its health benefits into their diets.

Don't Fight the Tape

Don’t Fight the Tape: Cannabis Stocks Subject to Broad Market Swings

Investors may be lulled into thinking that stocks they own or study in the cannabis space are insulated from what’s happening in the broader market. But that’s simply not true, and violates one of the oldest maxims in investing: Don’t fight the tape.