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Can Landlords Ban You From Smoking Marijuana? It Depends on the Province

Can landlords ban you from smoking marijuana? It depends on the province. CTV Montreal: Pot and renting New legislation legalizing recreational cannabis is raising questions from both tenants and property owners. Josh Dehaas, Writer

Article by Josh Dehaas, CTV News Recreational cannabis will be legal in Canada on Oct. 17, but renters in some provinces might not have the right to smoke or cultivate it in their homes. Quebec’s new cannabis act, considered among the strictest in the country, gives landlords the right to change signed leases specifically to ban tenants from smoking marijuana. The ...

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Who Should Represent The Cannabis Industry?


Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network As cannabis becomes more mainstream, there is a discussion happening within the community over who should (and shouldn’t) speak for the cannabis cause. One side is saying that we need new spokespeople as legalization kicks in because the activists who got it here no longer represent the common cannabis user, while the other ...

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The High and Mighty – Rolling Picks Review

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Reviewed by Toronto Toker for The High and Mighty Overview: The High and Mighty is an elegant cannabis lifestyle brand creating cannabis tools worth displaying. They are based out of Montreal Quebec and their first product is a multicoloured Rolling Pick that can be customized. Accessing The High and Mighty: The High and Mighty has been promoting their Rolling Picks ...

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Ontario Should Reconsider Marijuana Retail Monopoly, Experts Say

Ontario should reconsider marijuana retail monopoly, experts say Published 20 hours ago | By Matt Lamers.

Article by Matt Lamers, Marijuana Business Daily Ontario’s new government is being urged to rethink its predecessor’s plan to open a small number of provincially owned cannabis stores – or face the prospect of a thriving black market for years to come. Industry experts and academics say Ontario’s plan to open 40 retail storefronts and someday 150 won’t cut it if the goal is to ...

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Profits and Perils of the New Canadian Cannabis Economy: Don Pittis

Profits and perils of the new Canadian pot economy: Don Pittis Euphoria over the future of legal recreational marijuana could end in tears Don Pittis · CBC News. A haze of marijuana smoke rises over Parliament Hill on April 20 during a pro-cannabis demonstration. Recreational weed will be legal in Canada starting Oct. 17, but there many uncertainties ahead. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)

Article by Don Pittis, CBC News “Eyes shone, cheeks were flushed, the inner light of universal benevolence broke out on every face in happy, friendly smiles.” That’s Aldous Huxley in his 1932 novel Brave New World, describing “soma,” a drug provided by the state to help citizens cope in his fictional dystopia. If you are looking for something to take the sting ...

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Canadians Should Expect Some Price Variations For Legal Marijuana: Health Minister

Canadians should expect some price variations for legal marijuana: health minister By Monique Scotti National Online Journalist, Politics Global News. WATCH: Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor tells Eric Sorensen she doesn't think there will be a lot of people wanting to grow their own cannabis once it is legalized in October.

Article by Monique Scotti, Global News The price of legal marijuana may vary “a bit” between jurisdictions across Canada, Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor said this weekend, but overall, the cost of getting high should be low enough to compete with the illegal market. Last Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed that the century-old prohibition on cannabis would be lifted on Oct. 17, 2018, just ...

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What Will and Won’t Be Legal in Ontario When Cannabis is Recreationally Legal

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Article by Ontario Government Overview Ontario has passed new laws about how, where and who can buy, possess and consume cannabis in the province. These rules are similar to those in place for alcohol and tobacco, with some differences. Medical cannabis will continue to be subject to different rules than recreational cannabis. When cannabis will be legal? Rrecreational Cannabis will be legal ...

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Smoked Up While You Cleaned Up! How Medicine Hat Fought Stoner Stigma (and Pollution) This 420

Smoked Up While You Cleaned Up! How Medicine Hat Fought Stoner Stigma (and Pollution) This 420

Article by Caelan Hart, High! Canada April 20th was a beautiful day in Medicine Hat for the 420 Cannabis Community Clean-Up. Despite some blustery weather in the surrounding days, the sun shone and the wind died down so that a group of cannabis enthusiasts could gather at city hall to celebrate the unofficial cannabis holiday. This celebration was a little different than ...

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3 Changes to Canada’s Impaired Driving Laws


Article by Caleb McMillan, Cannabis Life Network With legal cannabis comes new impaired driving laws.  And it ain’t good. Bill C-46 overhauls impaired driving laws so police now have more power (and the tools) to charge drivers. The Bill also makes it easier for courts to ram through impaired driving cases quicker. Saliva Testing In the same way police do roadside ...

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Feds To Make It ‘Fair’ For Those With Criminal Records For Cannabis Possession

Feds to make it ‘fair’ for those with criminal records for marijuana possession By The Canadian Press. After marijuana legalization comes into force, the government will look at ways to make things fair for those who have criminal records for marijuana possession, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says. (JUSTIN TANG / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Article by The Canadian Press via Toronto Star Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government will look at ways to make things fair for those who have criminal records for marijuana possession after legalization comes into force. Goodale says the question of pardoning individuals with criminal records for possessing marijuana is legitimate and one the government will pursue once ...

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