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Perhaps the highest-profile exec in the country’s most-hyped industry, Canopy Growth boss Bruce Linton looks back on the failure that paved the way for his current success
Canopy Growth's operating expenses soared ahead of Canada's legalization of recreational pot, leading the green firm deeper into the red
An airline serving Canada’s north, the developer behind Amazon’s massive east-end warehouse and a crop of the capital’s fastest-growing tech firms are among this year’s BOBs winners
Crowd clamours for selfies and facetime with one of the pot industry's most well-known executives.
Linton jumped on a once-in-a-generation opportunity, building a Smiths Falls-based firm into a pot powerhouse with a market capitalization of more than $13B.
Despite new restrictions on Ontario pot producers’ retail opportunities, Ottawa-area cannabis firms are forging ahead with their sales strategies.
By midday, Canopy Rivers shares had been traded 15 million times, a testament to the frantic activity in Canada's cannabis market
The Kanata hotel showed off its new 20,000-square-foot event space for some 650-plus guests on Thursday night, raising $100,000 for local cancer research
Linton says he has lined up an option to acquire a 'humongous' greenhouse in California as part of a broader strategy to enter the U.S. market quickly