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Dr Frank Responds to Alberta Health Services Reefer Madness

Dr Frank Responds to Alberta Health Services Reefer Madness By Dr. Frank - Special To Cannabis Culture

Article by Dr. Frank, Cannabis Culture I was reading an article from the Calgary Herald entitled, “AHS [Alberta Health Service] doctor worries more kids will self-medicate with pot once it’s legalized”. On first reading, I essentially thought, “There’s a lot of claims being made here – claims that are not necessarily backed by the science”. I also remembered that this ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: April 30 – May 6, 2018

Toronto Cannabis Events Dankr Crowd

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 1, 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 2, 2018: Movie and a Doobie When: 7:00pm-9:00pm ...

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From Seafood to Smokables: Newfoundland Fish Plant to be Converted to Cannabis

From seafood to smokables: Newfoundland fish plant to be converted to cannabis Less fish, more 4/20 if one local entrepreneur has his way Alyson Samson · CBC News. Businessman Daniel Porter has big plans for pot in Port Union. (Alyson Samson/CBC)

Article by Alyson Samson, CBC News Cannabis could be coming to the rescue of a Newfoundland fishing community that’s been without an economic centre since Hurricane Igor laid waste to the area in 2010. Port Union’s old Ocean Choice International fish plant could soon be used to plant marijuana. The disused building is in the final stages of a sale to local businessman ...

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Is Marijuana Medicine? Doctors Split On Need For Separate Medical System When Pot Becomes Legal

Is marijuana medicine? Doctors split on need for separate medical system when pot becomes legal The medical marijuana industry wants cannabis to be seen as a legitimate medicine, but the Canadian Medical Association argues there’s a lack of data to support that. Employees process harvested marijuana at the 7Acres facility in Tiverton, Ont. James MacDonald/Bloomberg

Article by Maura Forrest, National Post An unexpected drama played out at a conference centre in Toronto recently, beginning with a presentation about the future of medical marijuana and ending in insults, jeers and a minor Twitter storm. At the heart of the dispute was a question that producers and users of medical cannabis feel strongly about: Once recreational pot is ...

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British Columbia Releases Recreational Pot Rules — But Prices and Timelines Still Hazy

B.C. releases recreational pot rules — but prices and timelines still hazy New legislation will regulate the wholesale and retail sale of pot in B.C. CBC News. B.C. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth released details on Thursday on two new government acts that will control the sale and use of recreational pot in B.C. (Mike McArthur/CBC)

Article by CBC News The B.C. government has tabled new legislation to deal with the legalization of recreational marijuana expected sometime this summer. B.C. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth released details this morning on two new government acts that will control the sale and use of recreational pot in B.C., plus amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act to crack down on ...

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YouTube Continues Its Cannabis Purge and Nobody Knows Why

YouTube Continues Its Cannabis Purge and Nobody Knows Why TRICIA ROMANO

Article by Tricia Romano, Leafly A few weeks ago, Sam Houston, a California cannabis aficionado, was checking out some of his favorite YouTube channels when he noticed a trend. One by one, accounts such as those run by users “Vader OG” and the horticulturalist known as Jorge Cervantes were being shut down. All were given the same ominous message: The ...

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Can I Make Money With Cannabis Edibles?

Can I make money with cannabis edibles? Many food and beverage operators are wondering if cannabis edibles are a fad or are here to stay. By Jonathan Hiltz

Article by Jonathan Hiltz, Food in Canada When it comes to identifying trends in the food and beverage industry, it’s not always easy to see the forest through the trees. Much of the time, certain types of products gain momentum, and then before you know it, they are everywhere. Sometimes however, it’s very easy to see a movement coming at ...

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British Columbia Seeking Pot Enforcement Czar

Province seeking pot enforcement czar The provincial government is seeking a director for its cannabis enforcement unit, which will investigate and shut down unlicensed dispensaries when recreational cannabis becomes legal later this year. Randy Shore RANDY SHORE Pot activist Dana Larsen runs two 'illegal' dispensaries in Vancouver. JASON PAYNE / PNG

Artice by Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun The provincial government is seeking a director for its cannabis enforcement unit, which will investigate and shut down unlicensed dispensaries when recreational cannabis becomes legal later this year. The new drug czar will be tasked with ferreting out “willful non-compliance” by unlicensed cannabis shops and taking regulatory and criminal enforcement action against them. Recreational ...

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Cannabis Consumption Habits Unlikely to Change Post-Legalization: StatsCan

Cannabis consumption habits unlikely to change post-legalization: StatsCan

Article by BNN Cannabis consumption habits don’t appear likely to change in Canada post-legalization, according to a new study. Nearly 80 per cent of Canadians say they would not be more likely to try cannabis or increase their consumption levels once legalization occurs, according to new data from Statistics Canada. The data was released on Wednesday as part of the ...

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