This week, as part of our Conservative Party leadership race series, Navigator's David Woolley interviews leadership candidate Michael Chong.
For our final episode, we talk about how professionalized cannabis has become by discussing the first cannabis-focused funds in Canada.
Jake Dawson, Senior Product Specialist at Hybrid Financial; Rosy Mondin, Executive Director of the Cannabis Trade Alliance of Canada; Hugo Alves, Partner and Corporate Commercial and Climate Change Lawyer at Bennett Jones; John Fowler, President and CEO of Supreme Pharmaceuticals; and Will Stewart,
We walk you through the stages of cannabis production at 7 Acres, the growing facility for Supreme Pharmaceuticals.
John Fowler, President and CEO of Supreme Pharmaceuticals.
This week, I discusses the former Prime Minister's new role as advisor to Justin Trudeau on NAFTA.
With legalization of recreational consumption looming, cannabis has changed a lot. Along with the changes, Adam Greenblatt has moved from working with dispensaries, to intervening in Supreme Court cannabis cases, to working for corporate cannabis. We talk about how the industry has changed by following Adam's career.
Adam Greenblatt, Head of Quebec Engagement for Tweed; Rosy Mondin, Executive Director of the Cannabis Trade Alliance of Canada; Hugo Alves, Partner and Corporate Commercial and Climate Change Lawyer at Bennett Jones.
We talk with the Honourable Anne McLellan about the Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation's recommendations for how to legalize recreational consumption in Canada.
Anne McLellan, Chair of the Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation; Mark Pugash, Director of Corporate Communications, Toronto Police Service.
This week, we're joined by special guest Jason Hatcher. Jason is a Managing Principal at Navigator, leading our Western Canada operations from Calgary. He joins the podcast to discuss Jason Kenney's plan to unite the right as the new leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta.
Should cannabis companies be allowed to advertise their products? We talk about the current advertising restrictions for medical cannabis and whether or not they should apply to the recreational industry.
Ian Chamandy, Founding Partner of Blueprint Business Architecture; John Fowler, CEO of Supreme Pharmaceuticals; Rebecca Jesseman, Senior Policy Advisor at the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse; Deepak Anand, Executive Director of the Canadian National Medical Marijuana Association; Will Stewart,
What does legalizing cannabis at the federal level really mean? We use the genetics bottleneck to look at federal regulation for recreational consumption in Canada.
David Brown, Communications Director and Editor-in-Chief at Lift; Will Stewart, Managing Principle at Navigator Ltd.; Deepak Anand, Executive Director of the Canadian National Medical Marijuana Association.
We're back from break week and we're joined by Lanny Cardow. Lanny talks about the Conservative Political Action Conference and Trump's commitment to his campaign promises.
Creating policy for recreation consumption of cannabis is not an easy task. There's a natural tension between public health and industry interests and this week we're discussing the public health perspective on legalization.
Rebecca Jesseman, Senior Policy Advisor at the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse; Mark Pugash, Director of Corporate Communications, Toronto Police Service; Marcus Charles, Co-founder of JUJU
This week, we're looking at other states that have gone through legalization. We're comparing regulations in Colorado and Washington and discussing how they could apply to Canada.
John Prentice, CEO of Ample Organics; Rosy Mondin, Executive Director of the Cannabis Trade Alliance of Canada; Marcus Charles, Co-founder of JUJU Joints; Rebecca Jesseman, Senior Policy Advisor at the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.
Travis Kann, Lanny Cardow and Colin MacDonald talk Trump, Trudeau, M-103, and leadership race math in our end-of-the-month panel discussion.
How do Canadians feel about upcoming legalization? For this episode, we talk about the results from Navigator's monthly poll, tracking public opinion on the changing market.
John Prentice, CEO of Ample Organics; Chris Kelly, Principle at Navigator Ltd.
Lanny Cardow, Principal at Navigator, makes his first appearance on the show to talk about how Trudeau and Trump's meeting went and why there are other things to talk about besides the next handshake.
We go through how cannabis gets from seed-to-sale by talking about three companies that are using technology to make the process more efficient, more transparent, and to improve the consumer experience.
Allie and Colin talk about upcoming NAFTA negotiations and whether or not the speculation that Trudeau might not be up to the task is fair.
There's confusion around the current regulations for marijuana. We clarify what's legal and what's not, who can sell it, who can buy it, and where dispensaries fit in.