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Toronto Cannabis Events: July 16 – July 22, 2018

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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, July 17, 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, July 18, 2018: Free Cannabis Grow Class When: 6:00pm-8:00pm ...

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Key Facts From the Canadian Cannabis Act’s 400 Pages of Regulations

Key Facts From the Canadian Cannabis Act’s 400 Pages of Regulations HARRISON JORDAN July 5, 2018 Outdoor growing: It's on! (Yarygin/iStock)

Article by Harrison Jordan, Leafly News Canadians have known for a while that legal recreational cannabis would soon become a national fact. But no one knew the precise specifics of the Cannabis Act’s regulations, which contain much of the minutiae and rule-setting that fill in many of the blanks in the federal legislation. The Canadian government recently released 400 pages (!) of Cannabis Act regulations, covering everything from cultivation, processing, and sales ...

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Ontario Injured Workers Shut Out of Medical Pot Coverage – Told to Take Opioids Instead

Ontario injured workers shut out of medical pot coverage – told to take opioids instead 'We treat requests for coverage of medical marijuana on a case-by-case basis,' WSIB says John Lancaster · CBC News Maurice Sagle, 60, has been fighting to get Ontario's WSIB to cover the cost of his medical marijuana after his spine was severely compressed in a workplace accident (Yvon Theriault/CBC News) Maurice Sagle spent 40 years working as a miner and a carpenter. (Yvon Theriault/CBC News)

Article by John Lancaster, CBC News Many injured workers in Ontario are being given an ultimatum: take potentially addictive cocktails of opioids and other pharmaceuticals, or pay for your own help, a CBC Toronto investigation has revealed. Insurers like Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) are frequently refusing to help injured workers who want to turn to seemingly less harmful drugs like medical ...

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Too High For This?


Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network Eat, sleep, and CBD are all great ways to come down from cannabis if you get too high. “I’m freaking out man, talk me down.” These aren’t usually the words you hear when you’re smoking bud with your buds. But, that doesn’t mean that it can’t happen. Weed is getting stronger, and the ...

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Jack Herer: The Strain Behind The Man

Jack Herer: The Strain Behind The Man By Matt Mernagh

Article by Matt Mernagh, Lift News After winning an impressive number of cannabis awards, the Jack Herer strain truly honours the advocate and author after which it was named. First created in 1994, the staying power of this sativa is a toker testament to the fondness people have for its unique flavours and effects. Despite its popularity, many fans of ...

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U.S. Reportedly Issuing Lifetime Travel Bans for Anyone Even Remotely Connected to Canada’s Legal Cannabis Industry

U.S. reportedly issuing lifetime travel bans for anyone even remotely connected to Canada's legal cannabis industry by Travis Lupick on July 10th, 2018 at 5:44 PM Canada's cannabis industry is quickly going corporate, but U.S. border agents are reportedly issuing travel bans to anyone involved, regardless of whether they're wearing a Grateful Dead t-shirt, a lab coat, or a suit Cannabis is going mainstream in Canada, but U.S. border authorities are reportedly determined to maintain a hard line. ANANDIA LABORATORIES INC.

Article by Travis Lupick, Straight Cannabis Imagine it’s six months from now and you’ve developed a brilliant blend of fertilized soil that’s proven especially beneficial to the growth of cannabis plants. It’s January 2019 and Cannabis is fully legal in Canada. You’ve obtained every permit you’re required to develop, market, and sell your invention. Everything is above board. You know ...

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‘That’s Going to be an Issue’: Lawyers Weigh in on Apartment Smoking and Vaping Ban

'That's going to be an issue': Lawyers weigh in on apartment smoking and vaping ban Issue of renters' rights likely headed for court or human rights tribunals, say cannabis experts Guy Quenneville · CBC News Legal observers say banning smoking and vaping in apartments, as one company in Saskatchewan has proposed, is bound to be tested in the court of law. (CBC)

Article by Guy Quenneville, CBC News A ban by landlords on tenants smoking or vaping marijuana in their apartments is an issue that’s bound to be decided in the courts, say two lawyers. Last week a major Western Canadian property manager, Mainstreet Equity Corp., confirmed it will ban the indoor smoking of cigarettes and cannabis, plus vaping, starting this fall — ...

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Canopy Acquires Hiku, Owner of Tokyo Smoke, As Cannabis Oligopoly Looms


Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network Canopy Growth Corp., Canada’s largest licensed producer, has announced its acquisition of Hiku Brands Co., and estimates of the all-stock deal range from $250 M (as reported in the Financial Post) to $350 M (according to Hiku). Hiku owns the cannabis lifestyle brand/ coffee shop Tokyo Smoke along with licensed producer DOJA Cannabis, and Canopy CEO ...

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Vaping, Medical Cannabis Smoking Now Prohibited in Peterborough Public Parks

Vaping, medical marijuana smoking now prohibited in Peterborough public parks Peterborough Public Health teaming with city police to enforce updated city public smoking rules NEWS 11:06 AM by Joelle Kovach Examiner Protesters gather outside then Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal’s constituency office raising awareness about the vaping industry on Nov. 24. - Clifford Skarstedt , Examiner

Article by Joelle Kovach, Peterborough Examiner Vaping and smoking medical marijuana are both now prohibited in public parks — just as smoking cigarettes is illegal there, too. On Monday, city council voted a final time on a new bylaw that bans both vaping and smoking in places such as parks, playgrounds, ball diamonds and beaches. It’s also not allowed at outdoor ...

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Downtown Kitchener Dispensary Fills a Black Market Void

Downtown Kitchener dispensary fills a black market void Pop-up cannabis shops still operating as legalization looms NEWS Jul 08, 2018 by Greg Mercer Waterloo Region Record The entrance of the La Rouge dispensary on Charles and Queen Streets in Kitchener. The dispensary sprung up about a month ago. This came some time after a dispensary across the street had closed. - Andrej Ivanov , Waterloo Region Record

Article by Greg Mercer, Waterloo Region Record A new marijuana dispensary has opened up in downtown Kitchener, trying to fill a void in the black market ahead of legalization. La Rouge, the latest in a string of cannabis shops that have popped up around Waterloo Region in recent years, is doing brisk business as the only walk-in dispensary operating locally after ...

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