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More Canadians Overall Smoking Pot Than in 1985, Says StatsCan

More Canadians overall smoking pot than in 1985, says StatsCan Use among younger people in past decade has actually remained stable or decreased CBC News. Statistics Canada found an increase in the number of Canadians who used cannabis between 1985 and 2015. (David Donnelly/CBC)

Article by CBC News Cannabis consumption has more than doubled among Canadians 15 and older over a 30-year span, according to a new Statistics Canada report. But Wednesday’s report shows that pot use over the last decade actually has remained stable or decreased among young people. The national statistics agency has been trying to compile a picture of marijuana use in Canada as ...

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Ontario Opens Door To Suppliers Of All Sizes In What Will Be Canada’s Biggest Marijuana Market

Ontario opens door to suppliers of all sizes in what will be Canada’s biggest marijuana market Unlike other provinces, Ontario has yet to lock into supply deals and is opening up its sourcing to all 90 licensed producers across the country

Article by Mark Rendell, Financial Post Ontario’s provincially-run cannabis retailer is open to sourcing product from growers of all sizes across the country, according to a spokesperson for the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. The approach appears to be in contrast to the one taking hold in provinces such as Quebec, where the government-run Société des alcools du Québec recently opted ...

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How to Launch a Rec Cannabis Brand Without Defined Marketing Rules

How to launch a rec cannabis brand without defined marketing rules “The entire industry is waiting on the government to set the regulations around marketing and advertising for the recreational market,” said Aphria’s director of communications Andrew Swartz

Article by Chris Keam, Lift News What will marketing efforts for recreational cannabis look like? It’s a good question: One that federal government regulators can’t yet answer, leaving Canada’s licensed cannabis producers in limbo as big budget plans and potential profits hang in the balance. With legal recreational marijuana looming on the horizon this summer (or later), Health Canada’s rules for ...

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Cannabiscotti – Lit Up Lemon Poppy Seed Cannabiscotti Review

Cannabiscotti – Blasted Peanut Butter & Blazed Salted Caramel Biscotti Review thc infused toronto

Reviewed by Toronto Toker for Cannabiscotti Overview: Cannabiscotti is a Toronto based edible company that created, you guessed it, cannabis infused biscotti’s that took 1st place at Karma Cup 2017. Each Cannabiscotti is infused with THC Distillate and lab tested to ensure the dose is 50mg +/- 5mg of THC. The company was founded in 2016 after finalizing their recipe. ...

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Ross Rebagliati’s ‘Wild Ride’ From Olympic Podium to Pot Merchant

Ross Rebagliati's 'wild ride' from Olympic podium to pot merchant Snowboard legend hopes new venture will capitalize on his Olympic drive, history with cannabis By Ian Hanomansing, CBC News. Rebagliati celebrates with his gold at the medal ceremony at the 1998 Winter Games. (Reuters). At 46, former Olympic snowboard great Ross Rebagliati still looks fit enough to race down the slopes. But these days he's hoping it's his career as a budding entrepreneur that will pick up speed. (Greg Hobbs/CBC). Rebagliati wins the first-ever Olympic Men's Giant Slalom snowboarding competition in Japan in 1998. (Robert F. Bukaty/Associated Press). Host Jay Leno, right, and Rebagliati gesture to the studio audience as they joke about marijuana use on NBC's Tonight Show on Feb. 16, 1998. (Susan Sterner/Associated Press). Rebagliati's gold front tooth carries an impression of his Ross' Gold company logo. (Jean-François Bisson/CBC). Rebagliati, who has a medical licence for cannabis, says he feels a responsibility to tell people that pot is, 'family oriented, family friendly. It's a healthy part of people's lives.' (Greg Hobbs/CBC). 'My life is about setting goals. Lofty goals and following through,' Rebagliati says. (Jean-François Bisson/CBC)

Article by Ian Hanomansing, CBC News “It has been a wild ride.” Ross Rebagliati could have been describing his athletic adventure 20 years ago in Nagano. His gold medal win in the first-ever Olympic snowboarding event came as such a surprise, even well-briefed sports broadcasters had no idea how to pronounce his name. That was just the beginning of an Olympic ...

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High-Tech Firms Get Ready To Light Up The Weed Industry

High-tech firms get ready to light up the weed industry Start-ups mobilize to get a piece of what could be a $13.9B industry By Salma Ibrahim, CBC News. Legal weed is stirring up a high-tech revolution as some businesses are poised to jump into the ancillary weed market and others are using the plant to disrupt their own industries. (Paul Borkwood/CBC)

Article by Salma Ibrahim, CBC News  In a trendy studio in Toronto’s fashion district, shared by several tech start-ups, you can slip on a pair of glasses and be transported to a weed production facility thousands of kilometres away. Users of Patio Interactive’s virtual reality lens can walk through the building, touch the cannabis buds, and learn all about where their weed comes ...

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York Regional Police Admit Marijuana Won’t Make Men Grow Breasts

Man smoking marijuana cigarette outside on sunset. York Regional Police Admit Marijuana Won't Make Men Grow Breasts They had to issue a correction after comments that an officer reportedly made to teens. Canadian Press

Article by Canadian Press via Huffington Post Police north of Toronto are trying to clear the air after officers reportedly told a group of teens that marijuana use can lead to “enhanced mammary growth in men.” York Regional Police Service spokeswoman Const. Laura Nicolle says the erroneous information was included in a presentation by officers for high school students last ...

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Cannabis Rules Giving Too Much Power to Local Governments and Landlords?


Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network BC’s cannabis regulations give local governments the power to control cannabis in their jurisdictions, and even landlords and strata councils are getting the authority to ban smoking and growing on their premises. With legalization months away, smoking and growing cannabis in your home, apartment, or condo will be a big issue, especially in ...

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Dog Pound Concentrates – Lemon Berry Review

Dog Pound Concentrates – Lemon Berry shatter dank review thc

Reviewed by Toronto Toker for Dog Pound Concentrates Overview: Dog Pound Concentrates is a craft Toronto extraction company that experimented with their extraction process for a number of years before branding and taking it to market. Dog Pound has a number of strains available, most of which are shatter but budder, THC distillate, and CBD isolate are also available. Accessing ...

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