The Canadian cannabis industry, which is banking on the possibility of expanding into the United States, is nervously eyeing the American political calendar and the narrow legislative window of the Biden administration to relax federal bans on recreational marijuana. The White House said President Joe Biden supports the decriminalization ofRead More →

The Canadian cannabis industry, which is banking on the possibility of expanding into the United States, is nervously eyeing the American political calendar and the narrow legislative window of the Biden administration to relax federal bans on recreational marijuana. The White House said President Joe Biden supports the decriminalization ofRead More →

Canadian producers cut Colombian oil production as protesters block transport routes Canadian producers cut Colombian oil production as protesters block transport routes CALGARY – Two Canadian oil and gas companies say they have been forced to cut production in Colombia as protests that have claimed 42 lives continue. Parex ResourcesRead More →

Canadian Pot Companies See Clear Path to US Through CBD Sales The path to the U.S. cannabis market is being watched closely by Canadian companies eager to enter the frenetic space. But an already clear path exists for companies seeking an early edge over their Canadian peers – CBD. AsRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Energy Chroniclers Business The twin theme of producers staying vigilant on spending while adopting bolder emissions targets comes as the industry experiences a fragile recovery Author of the article: Chris Varcoe • Calgary Herald Release date : Apr 30, 2021 • April 30, 2021 • 4 minutes toRead More →

The Canadian government’s $ 50 million ($ 38 million) support program to support local programs and co-productions unable to obtain insurance for COVID-19 interruptions and stoppages has been relieved by producers, although pressing questions remain as to how exactly the fund will operate. function. “This will open the door andRead More →

Canadian lumber producers on Monday applauded the latest World Trade Organization ruling in the long-running dispute between Canada and its largest trading partner over softwood lumber exports – a finding that United States was quickly denounced as being unfair, biased and wrong. The WTO dispute settlement panel said the USRead More →

WASHINGTON – Canadian lumber producers on Monday applauded the latest World Trade Organization ruling on the long-standing dispute between Canada and its largest trading partner over lumber exports – a conclusion that the United States quickly denounced as unfair, one-sided and wrong. The WTO dispute settlement panel said the USRead More →