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Medical Pot Clinic Moves into Conservative MP’s Old Edmonton Office

Article by Kevin Maimann, Metro News Edmonton A medical marijuana clinic is moving into the former constituency office of one of Canada’s most vocal anti-pot politicians. Canadian Cannabis Clinics will open its first Edmonton location on Oct. 5 at 6801 170 St., the former office of Conservative MP Rona Ambrose. The company’s chief corporate officer, Ronan Levy, said he was ...

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Union of BC Municipalities Unanimously Passes Two Cannabis-Related Resolutions

Article by David Brown, Lift The Union of BC Municipalities unanimously passed two cannabis-related resolutions today at their annual convention in Victoria. The UBCM’s convention is all this week in Victoria, BC, with politicians from across the province meeting to discuss numerous issues impacting their communities. The first, endorsed by the Association of Kootenay and Boundary Local Governments, the city ...

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Law Should be Enforced at Ottawa Pot Dispensaries, Ottawa Mayor says

Article by Jon Willing, Ottawa Citizen Mayor Jim Watson suggested Wednesday that police need to smoke out marijuana dispensaries, which are sprouting all across Ottawa. “I would like to see everyone obey and respect the law,” Watson told reporters Wednesday. “If marijuana is going to be legalized, as the prime minister has indicated, then that’s fine, we’ll live with those ...

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Cannabis Considered an Option for Struggling Canada Post at Task Force Consultations

Article by Vanessa Lu, The Toronto Star The Liberals have since appointed a task force to review Canada Post’s operations, and the task force just released a discussion paper on ways to modernize the post office that included everything from raising revenues from delivering marijuana to alternate-day mail delivery to cut costs. “We do not support alternate-day delivery,” said Patrick ...

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Federal Liberals Plan to Regulate Vaping Later This Fall

Article by Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press via National Post The Liberal government says it plans to introduce legislation later this fall to regulate vaping. Health Canada offered few other details Tuesday beyond saying it would both protect young people from nicotine and allow adult smokers to use vaping as a quit-smoking aid or as a potentially less harmful alternative ...

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Medical Marijuana Company Opening Edmonton Wellness Centre

Article by Slav Kornik, Global News A company that says it provides medical marijuana and services to people dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and chronic pain is opening a wellness centre in Edmonton. Marijuana for Trauma, a Canadian veteran-owned and operated company, will hold the grand opening of its new Edmonton centre Saturday. The company said it’s not a ...

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Trent University Student Planning to Open Second Marijuana Shop in Downtown Peterborough

Article by Joelle Kovach, The Peterborough Examiner Cameron Ogden, a business student at Trent University, says he’s planning to open his own marijuana store in downtown Peterborough – one that would sell products only for medical use. Ogden, 24, studies business and entrepreneurship at Trent. He says his new store downtown store will be called Trent Holistic Centre. He’ll sell ...

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Oshawa Marijuana Dispensary Raided for the Second Time in a Week, Two Facing More Charges

Article by Jeff Mitchell,Ajax News Advertiser via DurhamRegion.com For the second time in a week police have raided an Oshawa marijuana dispensary and laid charges against individuals found on the premises. Officers executed a search warrant at the 420 Compassion Club on Simcoe Street South on Friday, Sept. 23, seizing more than 270 grams of marijuana and $2,085 in cash, ...

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Alberta Municipalities Want Their Say in the Legalization Process

Article by Breanna Roycroft, Lift The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) responded to the federal government’s Task Force on Marijuana Legalization and Regulation’s call for input through a public letter released on August 3rd, 2016. In it, they address the federal government’s five key themes and highlight what they see as concerns and opportunities moving forward. Overall, the AUMA’s input ...

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