Covid-19: Daily updates from the Cannabis Industry

24/03/202023 April 2020

Senators demand access to emergency loans, grants for legal small cannabis businesses

U.S. Sen. Kamala D. Harris and nine other senators sent a letter to Congressional leadership Wednesday on behalf of state-legal cannabis small business and indirect cannabis small businesses, according to a press release.

In the letter, the senators called for forthcoming COVID-19 legislative relief packages to allow those businesses to access loan and emergency grant programs administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration, a press release said.

Read in detail here[1]


22 April 2020

Aleafia Health’s AssureHome Delivery Provides Fast, Direct-to-Door Medical Cannabis Supply

Aleafia Health Inc.’s AssureHome Delivery, a fast, direct-to-door delivery service in Canada, has launched next-day distribution of medical cannabis products.

Providing patients with fast and complementary service, the first Toronto deliveries were completed on April 21, 2020.

Read in detail here[2]


21 April 2020

Predictions about the Current and Future States of the Cannabis Market

Already in 2020, we’ve seen cannabis businesses respond to the disruptions of 2019 by focusing on fundamentals, including operational efficiency, profitability, and corporate governance. These are hallmarks of a maturing industry that has learned a lesson and is moving forward.

Read in detail here[3]


20 April 2020

Sales suggest cannabis delivery business thriving during pandemic

A Marin cannabis delivery company says strong sales show their products is one way people in the North Bay are coping with stress during the coronavirus pandemic.



19 April 2020

Lawmakers Call For Marijuana SMB Inclusion In Next Stimulus Package

Members of Congress from both sides of the political fence are pushing for the marijuana industry to be included in the next round of government coronavirus relief funds and made a formal request in a letter addressed to House of Representative leaders Majority Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

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