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Drugs and Driving Committee Accepts Drug Screening Device for Review

Drugs and Driving Committee accepts drug screening device for review DDC also currently reviewing three additional devices, according to a spokesman for the agency

Article by David Brown, Lift News The Drugs and Driving Committee (DDC) has accepted one drug screening device for evaluation and is currently reviewing three additional devices, according to a spokesman for the agency. How Canada will manage cannabis-impaired driving once the drug is made legal this summer has been a major concern for law enforcement, politicians and stakeholders. A recent ...

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CanniMed Files $725M Lawsuit Against Aurora, Others Over Takeover Bid

CanniMed files $725M lawsuit against Aurora, others over takeover bid. An acrimonious takeover battle between two Canadian marijuana companies is in the regulatory spotlight. RYAN REMIORZ / THE CANADIAN PRESS

Article by The Canadian Press via Saskatoon StarPhoenix Saskatoon-based CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Aurora Cannabis Inc., alleging what it calls “multiple claims of wrongdoing” related to Aurora’s hostile bid to acquire CanniMed. In a statement released Friday evening, CanniMed says it filed a lawsuit in Ontario Superior Court alleging Aurora and others conspired to injure CanniMed’s ...

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Why the Addiction Recovery Community Should Accept Medical Marijuana

Why the Addiction Recovery Community Should Accept Medical Marijuana Though programs discourage "mood-altering substances" for recovering addicts, cannabis extracts might be far safer than the opioid alternatives

Article by Katie MacBride, Rolling Stone The first time someone told me it’s possible to consume cannabis without getting high, I scoffed. I was five years sober and my friend, newly in recovery, was telling me about a “special” kind of marijuana. Apparently, she said, it offered anti-anxiety and pain relieving effects without the high of “traditional” marijuana. I didn’t ...

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Aphria Strengthens Portfolio with Acquisition of Leading West Coast Producer Broken Coast

Aphria strengthens portfolio with acquisition of leading West Coast producer Broken Coast

Article by Newswire Aphria Inc. (“Aphria” or the “Company“) (TSX: APH and US OTC: APHQF) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a binding letter agreement to acquire 100% of the issued and outstanding share capital of Broken Coast Cannabis Inc. (“Broken Coast“), a leading premium cannabis producer located in British Columbia (the “Transaction“). Broken Coast adds award-winning premium production ...

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Toronto Police Raid Canna Club Dispensary

Toronto police raid Canna Club dispensary Three arrested and 1403.04 grams of cannabis, 301.8 grams of cannabis oil and $1,330 CAD seized

Article by David Brown, Lift News The Toronto Police Service say that on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, at 2:50 p.m., officers from 32/33 Division’s Street Violence Task Force executed a search warrant at the Canna Club at 429 Wilson Avenue. Police alleged that they seized 1403.04 grams of leaf marihuana, 301.8 grams of marihuana oil and $1,330 CAD. Three people were arrested in the ...

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Investors Are Delusional When It Comes To Canadian Marijuana Companies

Operations Inside The Tweed Inc. Production Facility As Trudeau Win Signals Gains For Marijuana Stocks. Investors are delusional when it comes to Canadian marijuana companies The model of state-run alcohol sales gives us an important clue as to why high-flying marijuana producers face tough times ahead Allan Gregory. Medical marijuana plants grow in a climate controlled growing room at the Tweed Inc. facility in Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada, on Nov. 11, 2015. Construction and marijuana companies are poised to benefit from the Liberal Party's decisive win in Canada's election, with leader Justin Trudeau vowing to fund infrastructure spending with deficits and legalize cannabis. (James MacDonald/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

Article by Allan Gregory, MacLean’s Magazine As the July deadline for the provinces to legalize marijuana approaches, the stock prices of Canadian publicly-traded weed producers have been on a tear. On Monday alone shares in Canopy Growth Corp., soared nearly 20 per cent. The surge in market value comes as firms try to position themselves with sufficient product to meet ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: January 15 – January 21, 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: Monday January 15, 2018: Ganja all levels with Joel When: 7:30pm-9:30pm Where: The House of Yoga (714 Bloor St W, Toronto) Price: $30/class, 4 classes for $100 White Mug Gang Mondays – a comedy show with ...

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Measuring Canada’s Cannabis Economy

StatCannabis Measuring Canada’s cannabis economy Recreational pot will soon be legal. Statisticians have to figure out how much it contributes to output

Article by The Economist IF AN agency of your government asked whether you had recently smoked a joint and how much you paid for it, would you tell it? Canada’s statistics agency, informally known as StatCan, is about to find out what that country’s citizens would do. On January 23rd it will invite Canadians to disclose their cannabis habits anonymously through ...

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