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Toronto Cannabis Events: June 11 – June 17, 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, June 12, 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, June 13, 2018: Cannabis Information Class When: 6:00pm-8:00pm Where: ...

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Rest in Peace, Anthony Bourdain

Rest in Peace, Anthony Bourdain LEAFLY STAFF

Article by Leafly Staff Anthony Bourdain believed the joint was cannabis’s perfect delivery method. He liked his with two papers and no filter, “like a Lucky Strike.” The reality of Bourdain’s death has a huge universe to ripple through. From world leaders to previously unknown / unseen people of remote cultures and all of us in between, his candor and ...

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The Marijuana Bill Has Passed the Senate — and Now Things Get Dicey

The marijuana bill has passed the Senate — and now things get dicey 'We feel very confident that we had a very good piece of legislation,' Ginette Petitpas Taylor says Peter Zimonjic · CBC News. The cannabis bill that passed the Senate Thursday night is now back in the House of Commons, where government ministers will consider which Senate amendments they want to keep and which they will reject. (Getty Images)

Article by Peter Zimonjic, CBC News Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s bill legalizing recreational pot may have passed third reading in the Senate — but that doesn’t mean its legislative journey will be a smooth or easy one from now on. Senators made dozens of amendments to the government bill they sent back to the Commons Thursday night. Some of those amendments are likely to ...

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Paula Simons: Toking in the Streets? Edmonton Poised for Surprisingly Liberal Cannabis Consumption Law

Paula Simons: Toking in the streets? Edmonton poised for surprisingly liberal cannabis consumption law When it comes to public consumption of cannabis, Edmonton city councillors are being particularly bold — bolder, perhaps, than most Edmontonians. PAULA SIMONS Edmonton city council is wrestling with the question of figuring out where people should be allowed to light up, once cannabis is legal.

Article by Paula Simons, Edmonton Journal Are you feeling a certain glow, Edmonton? Well, you soon may. On Wednesday, the community and public services committee of city council voted unanimously to support some of the most liberal bylaws in North America when it comes to the public consumption of cannabis. Presented with two possible models for regulating recreational marijuana, the ...

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Canada Moves a Step Closer to Legalising Marijuana

Canada moves a step closer to legalising marijuana

Article by BBC News A key legislative hurdle has been passed as Canada moves closer to legalising recreational cannabis. Canadian senators passed the Cannabis Act by 56 votes to 30 with one abstention after studying the landmark legislation for six months. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has committed to making marijuana legal by this summer. Canada will be the first G7 ...

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Canadian Senate Passes Cannabis Act

BREAKING: Canadian Senate Passes Cannabis Act By Calvin Hughes

Article by Calvin Hughes, Civilized The Cannabis Act was passed by the Canadian Senate today. Voted in by a comfortable margin – 56 yeas, 30 nays, and 1 exemption – the new legislation now goes for further scrutiny by the House/Royal Assent before it becomes active. Bill C-45—or as it is more commonly known, the Cannabis Act—makes marijuana legal for recreational ...

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Rules Allowing Cannabis at Festivals Move Forward; Some Councillors Say There’s Too Much Regulation

Marijuana Smokers Celebrate The Plant's Unofficial 4/20 Holiday. Rules allowing cannabis at festivals move forward; some councillors say there's too much regulation. VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - APRIL 20: A man smokes marijuana as thousands of people gathered at 4/20 celebrations on April 20, 2016 at Sunset Beach in Vancouver, Canada. The Vancouver 4/20 event is the largest free protest festival in the city, with day-long music, public speakers and the world's only open-air public cannabis farmer's market where people sell all kinds of cannabis and extracts while educating the crowd about medical marijuana, political involvement and activism. Canadian Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says Canada will roll out the legislation in the spring of 2017 to begin the process of legalizing and regulating marijuana. (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images)

Article by Meghan Potkins, Calgary Herald Rules permitting marijuana use at festivals and events were approved by a council committee Wednesday, despite protest votes from some councillors who say the city is in danger of overregulating Calgarians’ ability to consume the drug. Committee members voted 6-2 in favour of amending the bylaw to allow designated cannabis consumption zones, similar to ...

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2 Conservative Senators Abstaining From Pot Vote Because They Stand to Profit From It

2 Conservative senators abstaining from pot vote because they stand to profit from it Tory Senator calls Trudeau's last-minute decision to appoint 2 new senators 'opportunism' Catherine Cullen · CBC News. Senators Linda Frum and Nicole Eaton are steering clear of the debate over the Trudeau government's cannabis legalization bill. (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

Article by Catherine Cullen, CBC News It’s no secret that many Conservatives don’t like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plans for pot. On Wednesday, the Conservative leader in the Senate, Larry Smith, criticized the federal government’s “rush to legalize marijuana.” A few days earlier, Conservative Senator Denise Batters said Canada is not ready for legalization and “Canadians will pay the price for ...

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Senate Votes to Pass Recreational Legalization of Pot, Amended Bill Now Goes Back to House of Commons

Senate votes to pass recreational legalization of pot, amended bill now goes back to House of Commons Liberal MPs must now decide which amendments to keep and which to toss before sending bill back to Senate The Canadian Press. The Liberal government's bill legalizing the recreational use of cannabis has passed third reading in the Senate and now returns to the House of Commons where Liberal MPs will decide which amendments to accept and which to reject. (CBC)

Article by The Canadian Press via CBC News Senators have voted to pass the Trudeau government’s landmark legislation to lift Canada’s 95-year-old prohibition on recreational cannabis by a vote of 56 to 30 with one abstention. Despite the resolute opposition of the 32 Conservative senators, and trepidation among some independent senators, Bill C-45 now moves back to the House of Commons. ...

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Canaduan Cannabis Legalization … But Forgot to Ask

Everything you wanted to know about cannabis legalization … but forgot to ask Where can you buy it? Can you grow your own? Can you smoke and drive? And will Canada legalize other drugs now, too? Selling marijuana in Canada without a license will incur fines of up to $5,000 or up to 14 years in prison – but you can share with your friends. Photograph: Zuma/Rex Drew Brown

Article by Drew Brown, The Guardian When can I buy it? We’re not sure. Probably late summer or early autumn. The government had intended for recreational marijuana use to be legalized by 1 July 2018. Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, passed its third reading in the House of Commons last fall, and Trudeau has emphasised that it will be implemented without delay. ...

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