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Edibles are leading Canada’s cannabis market in 2020

Edibles are leading Canada’s cannabis market in 2020

Available 24 hours a day, Mintel’s global public relations team is pleased to provide accredited journalists with access to our research, arrange interviews with our expert analysts and share the latest insights across categories and countries. February 25th, 2020February 25th, 2020 48% of Canadian consumers who haven’t tried cannabis are interested in edibles. 62% of …

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Highrise event series: Bringing together Canada’s digital leaders

In today’s world, we have more technology innovation being developed than any other time in history. In many cases the technology will improve our quality of life and in other cases will have a negative effect not realized until many years later. And, this is why discussions need to keep occurring across the collective community …

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Canada’s CIO Strategy Council publishes national AI standards

In what it claims is a world first, Canada’s CIO Strategy Council has released a new set of standards to help organizations responsibly deploy emerging technologies with machine learning running under the hood. The not-for-profit organization earned its accreditation to develop National Standards of Canada from the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) earlier this year. …

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lumohacks – Canada’s Ultimate Health Hackathon – CBC B.C.

Event September 14 – 15, 2017 CBC Communications Posted: Aug 22, 2017 10:19 AM PT Last Updated: Aug 22, 2017 10:33 AM PT 500 Hackers | 24 Hours | 5 Mental Health Challenges CBC Vancouver is the proud exclusive media sponsor of lumohacks – a 24-hour hackathon, where participating University students use technology to improve the lives …

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Canada’s Supreme Court orders Google to de-index site globally, opening door to censorship

The Canadian Supreme Court has ordered Google to de-index an e-commerce site globally. This sets a disastrous precedent that opens the door for other governments (and private parties) across the globe to try to control or censor Google’s search results. The case was Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions. The plaintiff, a small tech company in British Columbia, …

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