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Toronto Cops Who Allegedly Consumed Pot Edibles Now Face Charges

Toronto cops who allegedly consumed pot edibles now face charges

Article by CTV News Two Toronto police officers who called for backup after allegedly consuming marijuana edibles in January now face criminal charges. Const. Vittorio Dominelli, 36, a 13-year veteran of the police force, has been charged with attempting to obstruct justice and breach of trust. Const. Jamie Young, 35, who has been on the force for two and a ...

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Mary’s Brew – Green Tea With Ginseng Review

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Reviewed by Toronto Toker for Mary’s Brew Overview: Mary’s Wellness, the company that produces Mary’s Brew product line was founded in 2015 by a mother of six, Virginia. Following the birth of triplets and multiple surgeries, she found herself taking prescription drugs that made her feel like she couldn’t function or take care of her family. Virginia used cannabis to ...

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Cannabis School: Where To Study Cannabis At University And College In Canada

Cannabis School: Where To Study Cannabis At University And College In Canada The about-to-boom cannabis industry is expanding into schooling with courses in cultivation, cannabis law and more. Marijuana Grow Near Albany For State's Legal Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. JOHNSTOWN, NY - AUGUST 19: Cannabis plants grow in the greenhouse at Vireo Health's medical marijuana cultivation facility, August 19, 2016 in Johnstown, New York. New York state lawmakers voted to legalize marijuana for medical use in 2014 and the law took effect in January 2016. Currently, five organizations are allowed to grow and sell the drug for medical use in the state. New York's new law only allows people with 'severe debilitating or life threatening conditions' to obtain marijuana for medical use. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Article by Kieran Delmont, Lift News While completing post-secondary education, many of us also received an in-depth if unsanctioned education in cannabis in addition to whatever our major was. (Or perhaps in lieu of it—no judgment here). But with Canada’s cannabis industry heating up as legal recreational marijuana approaches, now colleges and universities are offering a more formal cannabis education. The legal industry ...

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Cannabis Potency Tests Improving as Legalization Gets Closer

Cannabis potency tests improving as legalization gets closer 630CHED By Kerry McAthey Radio Anchor/Reporter Global News. Researchers are working to develop more efficient processes in testing cannabis potency. CP

Article by Kerry McAthey, Global News With legalization on the horizon, pot potency is top of mind. The strength and effects of cannabis products are going to be an integral part of legalization. A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia Okanagan is working on streamlining the process of testing the potency of marijuana. One member of the team ...

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Researchers Working on New Kind of Green Beer — With Cannabis

Researchers working on new kind of green beer — with cannabis Researchers, students working with Toronto company on recipe for beer made with cannabis CBC News . Loyalist College and Province Brands of Canada are looking at using not just the flower and bud of the cannabis plant, but also stems and other wasted parts, to brew beer. (Ellen Jaskol/GrowForce)

Article by CBC News You can smoke it, vape it or bake it, and soon enough you’ll be able to crack open a bottle and drink it. Researchers and students at Loyalist College’s Applied Research Centre for Natural Products and Medical Cannabis in Belleville, Ont., are brewing up a new kind of beer, replacing barley with cannabis. The college teamed up with ...

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Can Cannabis Buds Get Moldy?

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Written by Toronto Toker for  This is a loaded question, as it always seems to be with cannabis, and has a lot of factor to consider. I’m assuming most people reading this a smokers rather than growers, where you receive the cannabis ready to be consumed. Before this stage the growers must grow and dry the buds without them getting ...

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Big Weed: Why Legalization Isn’t Necessarily a Boon For Craft Cannabis Producers

Big weed: Why legalization isn't necessarily a boon for craft cannabis producers Cannabis columnist Lester Black says Washington state offers a cautionary tale CBC Radio . Neil Closner, CEO of MedReleaf, poses at the company's Markham, Ont. growing facility in 2016. This week, Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced a friendly deal to acquire MedReleaf, creating a company capable of producing more than 570,000 kilograms of marijuana per year. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)

Article by Brent Bambury, CBC Radio When Canada legalizes marijuana later this summer, the big players say they will be ready to do business — and this week, one of them got much bigger. Aurora Cannabis announced on Monday that the company will buy medical marijuana firm MedReleaf for $3.2 billion to create an industrial giant with a valuation of about $7 billion. The market ...

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How Police are Cashing in on Legalization


Article by Caleb McMillan, Cannabis Life Network The Ontario Liberals are promising municipalities $40 million to cover cannabis law enforcement costs. Municipalities then contract policing services to the local monopoly, usually the OPP. But it’s still not enough, police say. The Ontario Chiefs of Police are crying wolf. They feel federal funding for police won’t be adequate to cover, what they expect ...

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