Chuck Rifici

The additional capital will fuel Auxly's plans to roll out next-generation cannabis products, such as vaporizers, when legalized in Canada later this year
A haze of regulatory uncertainty surrounding marijuana marketing has Ottawa pot producers and investors worried, even as local companies position themselves to capture a slice of the new
Cannabis industry titans will gather in New Brunswick next week to discuss how to market pot in a competitive legal marketplace, and other issues raised by the dawn of government-run weed.
More than a decade after the closure of Chesterville’s Nestle plant rocked the Eastern Ontario town, a new group of investors is sowing the seeds of an economic revival inside the former chocolate
The man dubbed “the Godfather of Canadian weed” figures he knows an up-and-coming medical marijuana venture when he sees one.
Marijuana industry trailblazer Chuck Rifici is turning to streaming – a business model often used in mining – to tackle what he says are growing pains facing the rapidly expanding sector.
A local startup that created the world’s first 3D-printable hydroponics system is looking to a pioneer of the medical marijuana industry to help take its business to the next level.