Condo Boards Move to Ban Pot Smoking

Condo boards move to ban pot smoking By JULIEN GIGNACStaff Reporter TAMAR HARRISStaff Reporter. Andre Rocher, a condo resident, feels that the ban is a good idea ultimately but unenforceable. The condos at 111 Bathurst St. are looking to banning smoking marijuana ahead of this summer’s legalization. (RICHARD LAUTENS / TORONTO STAR)

Article by Julien Gignac and Tamar Harris Andre Rocher’s first thought upon hearing that his condo building would ban the smoking of marijuana after it’s legalized was that the move would be “very unfair” for homeowners. But Rocher has since changed his mind, after thinking “of those homeowners who bought, say, a million-dollar condo or a $2-million condo, and now ...

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Condo Boards Racing to Clamp Down on Cannabis Before Pot Becomes Legal

Condo boards racing to clamp down on cannabis before pot becomes legal Some residents see move as a 'slippery slope,' suggesting board shouldn't police what goes on inside homes CBC News. Late last week, Goldview Property Management, the company that runs OneEleven Condos in the King West neighbourhood, informed its residents of new rules governing the use of cannabis in its building. Among them: no smoking or growing pot inside units. (Joe Fiorino/CBC)

Article by CBC News A downtown condo board is banning the use of marijuana on building property, even as pot becomes legal across the country this summer — a move that has some residents sounding the alarm over a corporation being able to regulate what residents do behind closed doors. Late last week, Goldview Property Management, the company that runs OneEleven Condos ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: May 28 – June 3, 2018

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Toronto is an amazing city for cannabis with so many diverse events going on. Here is a list of the events going on this upcoming week and weekend: Tuesday May 29, 2018: TERRIFIC TUESDAY GANJA YOGA BASIC with Jose When: 7:30pm-9:30pm Where: The House of Yoga (714 Bloor St W, Toronto) Price: $30/class, 4 classes for $100 Wednesday May 30, 2018: Movie and a Doobie When: 7:00pm-9:00pm ...

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Toronto Police Officers Who Got Stoned Off Edibles While On Duty Face Charges


Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network Remember the two Toronto police officers who got so stoned after eating some cannabis edibles (allegedly) that they called for back-up and ended up in the hospital? They’re back in the news as Const. Vittorio Dominelli and Const. Jamie Young were arrested and charged with obstruction of justice and breach of trust on ...

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Marijuana Legal Woes For Canadians Loom at U.S. Border

Marijuana legal woes for Canadians loom at U.S. border No changes of U.S. federal law on marijuana appear on the horizon and that spells trouble for Windsorites crossing the border — even with looming legalization of cannabis on this side of the border. Dave Battagello, Windsor StarDAVE BATTAGELLO, WINDSOR STAR. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers stand at the U.S. side of the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel in this 2013 file photo. TREVOR WILHELM / WINDSOR STAR

Article by Dave Bettagello, Windsor Star A Windsor immigration lawyer is calling on the U.S. government and its border officers to use common sense when dealing with Canadians entering the country once recreational marijuana becomes legal. “The law hasn’t caught up with the times,” said Andrew Porter. Hopefully, “rational minds will prevail” and there will be “balance on this” in ...

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‘Let’s Just Make It Happen’: Snoop Dogg Lauds Canada’s Growing Cannabis Industry

‘Let’s just make it happen’: Snoop Dogg lauds Canada’s growing cannabis industry By Giuseppe Valiante The Canadian Press. Rapper Snoop Dogg speaks at the C2 business conference in Montreal on Friday, May 25, 2018. Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press - A A + Canada is more advanced than the United States regarding its approach to cannabis, world-famous rapper and weed entrepreneur Snoop Dogg said Friday to a crowd of hundreds at Montreal’s C2 technology conference. The entertainer lamented that in the U.S., some states such as Colorado and California have legalized weed, while others continue to enforce a strict ban on the product. Cannabis also remains illegal under U.S. federal law. RELATED What exactly is C2 Montreal? “And in Canada, it’s like — let’s just make it happen!” Snoop said about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan to reform the Criminal Code and legalize recreational pot for the whole country. READ MORE: Controversial whistleblower Chelsea Manning speaks at C2 Montreal Snoop, known internationally for his insatiable affection for cannabis as much as his best-selling music, has a significant presence in Canada’s burgeoning marijuana industry. Ontario-based Canopy Growth, a medical marijuana company poised to break into the recreational market, signed a partnership deal to hold the exclusive rights to use certain content and brands owned by Snoop’s company, LBC Holdings. Snoop has also invested in Toronto-based Trellis, a cannabis inventory management software provider. View image on Twitter View image on Twitter Dan Spector @danspector Snoop now giving an interview in the #c2m18 fish bowl. There’s a pungent odour in here. 5:58 PM - May 25, 2018 3 See Dan Spector's other Tweets Twitter Ads info and privacy Snoop told the crowd the future is bright for weed. Cannabis companies will soon join technology firms and Fortune 500 companies in size and stature, he said. “There are companies and businesspeople who used to be silent partners and now they are loud partners,” he said. Snoop was accompanied by his business partner, Ted Chung, on stage for a discussion moderated by Suroosh Alvi, one of the founders of media company, Vice. View image on Twitter View image on Twitter Dan Spector @danspector Snoop tells #c2m18 crowd he thinks marijuana possession convictions should not stand after legalization. 4:46 PM - May 25, 2018 11 See Dan Spector's other Tweets Twitter Ads info and privacy While the talk touched a bit on the fundamentals of the cannabis industry, it often strayed into personal anecdotes by Snoop. The crowd learned Snoop smoked his first blunt with the late rapper Tupac Shakur, and one of his favourite strains of marijuana right now is called “bubblegum kush.” Businesswoman Martha Stewart, of home decor and cooking fame, is also one of Snoop’s “homegirls.” READ MORE: What exactly is C2 Montreal? They’ve collaborated for the Emmy-nominated Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, a reality television show on VH1 that’s produced in part by Merry Jane, a media company the rapper co-founded with Chung. Alvi ran out of questions with roughly 15 minutes left in their discussion, which was scheduled to run for 45 minutes. Snoop mused he shouldn’t have blown so much pot smoke in Alvi’s face on the drive over to the C2 venue. ‘I want to be their voice’ The trio opened up the talk to questions from the audience, and despite the largely light-hearted nature of the presentation, one young woman asked a serious question. She wanted to know how Snoop feels about all the people getting rich on cannabis while people of colour remain in prison for trying to do the same thing when pot wasn’t trendy. READ MORE: Growing 4 cannabis plants for recreational use is not a ‘grow-op,’ experts say Snoop said he wanted to speak for people who are still detained in the U.S. “I want to be their voice,” he said. “I just don’t want to be making profits when they are in jail. As a black man, I’ve been to jail for marijuana.” “Snoop Dogg is the voice for reform — let them out!” © 2018 The Canadian Press Report an error C2 Montreal Cannabis Justin Trudeau recreational marijuana Snoop Dogg 1 43 more EDITOR'S PICKS FLYERS More Weekly Flyers COMMENTS Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. WEATHER Toronto, ON Broken Clouds23° Hi 29° Lo 16° Weather Broken Clouds Traffic Travel times & Incidents Listen Live Kultur’d 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM | 640 Toronto EVENTS POPULAR NOWPOPULAR VIDEOS Global News

Article by Giuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Press via Global News Canada is more advanced than the United States regarding its approach to cannabis, world-famous rapper and weed entrepreneur Snoop Dogg said Friday to a crowd of hundreds at Montreal’s C2 technology conference. The entertainer lamented that in the U.S., some states such as Colorado and California have legalized weed, while others continue ...

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Big Cannabis Growers Urge Senators To Ban Commercial Outdoor Growing

Cannabis Marijuana Industry 20180212. Big cannabis growers urge senators to ban commercial outdoor growing By Kyle Duggan. Workers produce medical marijuana at Canopy Growth Corporation's Tweed facility in Smiths Falls, Ont., on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Article by Kyle Duggan, iPolitics Canada’s medical cannabis industry is making a push in the Senate to ban large-scale outdoor cannabis cultivation. Allan Rewak, the executive director of the Cannabis Canada Council, an industry association that represents licensed producers of medical marijuana, urged senators Wednesday to prohibit large-scale outdoor cultivation in the government’s pot legalization legislation. He said allowing it presents ...

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Ontario Vote Compass: Should Only Government-Run Stores Sell Weed?

Vote Compass: Should only government-run stores sell weed? Issue doesn't always line up with party preference Mike Wise · CBC News. Should only government-run stores be able to sell legal marijuana? 27% strongly agree. 24% strongly disagree. (Vox Pop Labs). A breakdown of party-affiliation shows supporters and detractors are spread across the political spectrum. (Vox Pop Labs)A breakdown of Vote Compass results by age. (Vox Pop Labs)

Article by Mike Wise, CBC News Ontario voters are split over where they think cannabis should be sold when it is legalized later this summer. CBC’s Vote Compass survey asked respondents whether they thought only government-run stores should be able to sell marijuana. The results showed that 27 per cent strongly agreed with that statement, while 24 per cent strongly disagreed. A ...

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Rolls Out Drug-Impaired Driving Training For Officers

RCMP rolls out drug-impaired driving training for officers. Smoke created by water vapor billows out of the windows of a car during a demonstration by the Colorado Department of Transportation in southeast Denver, on April 16, 2015. (David Zalubowski / AP) Rachel Aiello, Ottawa News Bureau Online Producer

Article by Rachel Aiello, CTV News With marijuana legalization approaching, the RCMP is rolling out a new introductory training course for police officers across the country. The in-person training will inform officers about the symptoms of drug impairment on drivers, “with a special emphasis on cannabis,” and includes information on impaired driving laws. The RCMP said the curriculum was developed alongside ...

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