1933 Industries (TGIF.C) blows up, jumps 35% preceding California harvest announcement

You've gotta love it when a plan comes together: 1933 Industries (TGIF.C), which has been banging the same 'we're grownups, we're doing it right, hang tight' drum for several years now, dropped news this February 14 that will make any Valentine's heart swell with joy. "Following the completion of a combined 20,000-square-foot expanded cultivation, extraction, manufacturing and distribution facility in the Los Angeles area, the company began harvesting its first cannabis crop this week to be utilized for both its proprietary brand Alternative Medicine Association (AMA), as well as for its licensing partner luxury brand Blonde cannabis, with products earmarked for dispensaries for the first time outside of Nevada."

Xphyto (XPHY.C) blowing the weed sector out of the water with true 2.0 plan

Xphyto (XPHY.C) is dominating the cannabis sector like Sean Kemp used to dominate the Seattle buffet scene. It’s a legit beast right now, jumping from fat new high to fat new high. We’ve sat with their team several times over the past year and on each occasion have been impressed with their plans, but perhaps the greatest plan they’ve executed has been achieved over the past month, when their share price has elevated from $1.00 to $1.85.

Organigram Holdings (OGI.V) ships their first cannabis 2.0 product to stores, but will anyone care?

So October 17th came and went and if you didn’t notice any new edibles (or beverages, etc) at your local dispensary, that’s by design. Back in June, we wrote a little story about cannabis edibles on the eve of Health Canada’s pontifications regarding the industry and how will be regulated. The first anniversary of legalization day inaugurated cannabis 2.0, in which cannabis companies could start sending their proposed formulations to regulator to given the official nod or denial. Accompanying this was a 60 day hold before companies could start putting products on shelves.