There is no convincing evidence that lifting the THC caps will decrease the illicit market on the products. Where there are no caps, like California and Colorado, the illicit market has increased.
Leaders of the Quebec tribe do not recognize the state’s four state-recognized tribes — Elnu, Nulhegan, Koasek and Missisquoi — as Abenaki.
The move from the Canadian college comes as the state rolls out PFAS testing in the cross-border lake.
More than 175,000 Canadians get their drinking water from the lake on Vermont’s northern border. But the state has no arrangement to directly notify Canadian neighbors when waste leaks into the lake.
Vermont’s Republican governor wrote a letter to President Donald Trump Tuesday telling the president a 10% tax on aluminum and steel imports will hurt northern New England’s economy.
With 460,000 taps, Sweet Tree is Vermont’s largest sugaring operation. But the market potential for the natural sweetener doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon.
Vermont state and business leaders encouraged Canadian entrepreneurs to create ties with the Green Mountains.
News Release -- Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce March 1, 2018 Contact: Lisamarie Charlesworth, Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce (802) 524-2444 or [email protected] St. Albans, VT – A […]
The Quebec company has tripled output and hopes to truck the fuel to large industrial clients in the rest of New England, although it will be available to businesses in Vermont too.
The governor said he is confident the North American Free Trade Agreement would remain largely unchanged.
State businesses sell $5 billion worth of goods in Quebec each year; the province is Vermont's largest trading partner.
News Release — UVM Jan. 19, 2017 Contact: Richard Watts [email protected] French Connections/franconnexions Conference University of Vermont, March 20, 2017 International Francophonie Day -- A Conference examining the historical, cultural […]
Vermont is one step closer to reviving Amtrak train service between Burlington and Montreal.
Some 300 people are responsible for monitoring 295 miles of Canadian border spanning New York, Vermont and New Hampshire. VTDigger accompanied some of them to see how they do it.