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Canadian Marijuana Market Set To Hit $1 Billion In 3 Months

Canadian Marijuana Market Set To Hit $1 Billion In 3 Months A steep decline in the illegal market is also expected. By: Mary Schumacher

Article by Mary Schumacher, The Fresh Toast A new figure is out regarding Canadians and cannabis, and it’s a doozy! Statistic Canada estimates that Canadians could spend up to $1 billion by the end of the year once marijuana is legalized October 17. The agency is also predicting a steep decline in purchases via the illegal market. Even more amazingly, that $1 ...

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Deezy Organix – Deezy Gummies Review

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Written by Toronto Toker for Dankr.ca. Deezy Organix Overview: Deezy Organix is a craft cannabis grower and edible producer. He has been working with cannabis for 7 years where is has refined his recipes, expanded the products he carries and branded them for the Toronto market. Accessing Deezy Organix: Deezy Organix makes his rounds to the various cannabis markets around the ...

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Ontario PC Government to Allow Pot Smoking Wherever Tobacco Smoking Allowed

PC government to allow pot smoking wherever tobacco smoking allowed Shawn Jeffords and Paola Loriggio, The Canadian Press Ontario's Attorney General Caroline Mulroney and Minister of Finance Vic Fedeli speak about new legislation for selling marijuana, in Toronto, Wednesday September 26, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Mark Blinch)

Article by Shawn Jeffords and Paola Loriggio, The Canadian Press Ontario residents will be able to smoke recreational cannabis wherever the smoking of tobacco is permitted, the Progressive Conservative government said Wednesday, loosening rules established by the previous Liberal regime. The government will also not put a cap on pot shops when it starts licensing and regulating the province’s private ...

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Will Cannabis Legalization Work as Advertised? Canadians Aren’t Sure

Will cannabis legalization work as advertised? Canadians aren't sure Canadians are skeptical that legalization will reduce youth access to marijuana, according to a new survey. (Adrian Wyld / The Canadian Press files)

Artice by The Leaf News New polling suggests Canadians are skeptical that cannabis legalization will actually achieve the government’s key goal of keeping the drug away from youth. Fifty-seven per cent of Canadians believe legalization will “fail to prevent kids from using even more pot once it is legal,” compared to just 17 per cent who agreed it will “succeed ...

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Ontario Government Unveils Proposed Rules for Recreational Cannabis Sales

Ontario government unveils proposed rules for recreational cannabis sales JUSTIN GIOVANNETTI , CHRISTINA PELLEGRINI AND MARINA STRAUSS

Article by Justin Giovannetti, Christina Pellegrini, and Marina Strauss, Globe and Mail The Ontario government is setting a framework for recreational cannabis retailing that emphasizes widespread competition and deals a blow to licensed marijuana producers by limiting their share of the market. Finance Minister Vic Fedeli and Attorney-General Caroline Mulroney said on Wednesday during a joint news conference that there ...

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Did You Know There’s a Secret Group in Toronto Hosting Private, Cannabis-Infused Dinner Parties?

Did you know there’s a secret group in Toronto hosting private, cannabis-infused dinner parties? Here’s what happened when TGO accepted their latest invite ANISHA DHIMAN Meet the team behind the sold-out event: an upscale cannabis-infused vegetarian dinner party that recently took place at Pickering.

Article by Anisha Dhiman, Regina Leader-Post Fear Of Missing Out, popularly known as FOMO, can be a powerful tool when it comes to branding and advertising. In an article by Business Insider, exclusivity can often be key to driving consumer behaviour. On September 15, FOMO made us hop on a bus, make it two if you happened to take it from Toronto, and ...

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Buyers’ Privacy Top Priority, Says Ontario’s Online Cannabis Retailer

Buyers' privacy top priority, says Ontario's online pot retailer Ontario's government-run cannabis retailer is assuring its future customers that their privacy is the top priority, an issue ranked as a major concern for marijuana users in a recent report. DALE CARRUTHERS

Article by Dale Carruthers, London Free Press Ontario’s government-run cannabis retailer is assuring its future customers that their privacy is the top priority, an issue ranked as a major concern for marijuana users in a recent report. Critics have raised concerns about how Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) customers’ data will be used and stored after the online delivery service launches ...

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