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Toronto Campuses Grapple With Marijuana Policies Ahead of Legalization

Toronto campuses grapple with marijuana policies ahead of legalization Students say zero tolerance won’t work. Dessy Pavlova, a medicinal cannabis user and member of the student lobby group Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP). (EDUARDO LIMA / STARMETRO TORONTO) By MAY WARREN Star Metro

Article by May Warren, Toronto Star This fall, students at Ryerson University will see a new educational campaign incorporated into the usual campus cautions about binge drinking and safe sex. Responsible marijuana use. As the government of Canada prepares to legalize the drug this summer, local universities and colleges are confronting a wave of questions around how to deal with ...

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Ontario’s First Four Pot Shops To Be Located in Toronto, Kingston, Guelph and Thunder Bay

Ontario’s first four pot shops to be located in Toronto, Kingston, Guelph and Thunder Bay Toronto’s first pot shop within a kilometre of four schools, in plaza with tutoring centre. Ontario’s first pot stores will be opening in Toronto, Kingston, Guelph and Thunder Bay and will open when marijuana becomes legal sometime this summer. (CARLOS OSORIO / TORONTO STAR) By KRISTIN RUSHOWYQueen's Park Bureau

Article by Kristin Rushowy, The Toronto Star The province has announced the locations of its first four marijuana shops — including one in Toronto that will be located in a strip mall alongside a student tutoring service, a kids’ martial arts centre and a McDonald’s. Toronto’s outlet of the Ontario Cannabis Store, on Gerrard St. E. at Victoria Park Ave., ...

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Se­cond Cup Eyes Con­verting Some Cof­fee Shops Into Mar­i­jua­na Stores

Se­cond Cup eyes con­verting some cof­fee shops into mar­i­jua­na stores ARMINA LIGAYA TORONTO THE CANADIAN PRESS. A customer carries her coffee as she leave a Second Cup coffee shop in Toronto on Monday Dec. 5, 2016. DOUG IVES/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Article by Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press via Globe and Mail Se­cond Cup wants to serve up a dif­fer­ent kind of buzz by con­verting some of its cof­fee shops into can­na­bis dis­pens­aries. The Can­ad­ian re­tail­er an­nounced Thurs­day that it has signed an agree­ment with mar­i­jua­na clin­ic oper­ator National Access Cannabis to de­velop and oper­ate a net­work of rec­rea­tion­al pot stores. ...

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Doobies & Driving

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Written by Gideon B, for One major topic amongst the looming regulations for recreational cannabis in Canada is one concerning drivers and the tough penalties they face if found driving under the influence of marijuana. If you are a regular user of cannabis and you drive, you may want to tune in. As an adult who is fully aware of the risks of impaired driving, I ...

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Update: Ontario Cannabis Store Appoints President, Identifies First Addresses For Stores, Issues Product Call For Cannabis and Accessories, Appoint, Two New Board Members


Article by LCBO Cannabis Updates OCS President The LCBO and the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) today announced the appointment of Nancy Kennedy to the position of President of the OCS. Nancy Kennedy will assume the role of President on April 16, 2018. As President, Nancy Kennedy will provide strategic oversight to the organization as it establishes retail operations for the ...

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Medical Marijuana Shop Owner Warns of ‘Upcoming Gap in Supply’ Following Legalization

Medical marijuana shop owner warns of 'upcoming gap in supply' following legalization After licensing, only marijuana from the B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch can legally be sold Clare Hennig · CBC News. When the federal Liberal government announced it would be legalizing marijuana, it left it up to the provinces to license the product and oversee its distribution and sale. In B.C., only marijuana from the Liquor Distribution Branch can be sold for recreational use. (CBC News)

Article by Clare Hennig, CBC News Recreational marijuana is set to be legalized in Canada by the summer but one medical marijuana shop owner is concerned that could paradoxically mean less cannabis is available for the first few months. James Whitehead owns three Medijuana Dispensaries and the recently opened Cannabis Medical Centre in Victoria. “I do foresee an upcoming gap in ...

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Ontario Realtors Call for Stronger Protections Against Marijuana Grow-Ops

Ontario realtors call for stronger protections against marijuana grow-ops Shawn Jeffords, The Canadian Press

Article by Shawn Jeffords, The Canadian Press via BNN Ontario’s real estate agents want stronger rules to protect home buyers against purchasing a former marijuana grow-op — a situation it says will increase once cannabis is legalized this year. The Ontario Real Estate Association, which represents the province’s 70,000 realtors, has proposed a series of changes it says can act as a ...

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Ford’s Pot Flip Flop Part of Internal PC Party Power Struggle

AnalysisOntario 2018 ElectionCanadian NewsOntario NewsOpinionPolitics Ford’s Pot Flip Flop Part of Internal PC Party Power Struggle By James Di Fiore

Article by James Di Fiore, The Post Millennial There are very few items conservatives in Ontario dislike more than Kathleen Wynne. Trust me on this, if you ask 100 die-hard conservatives if they have a pleasant view of our Premier, two might come back with something other than unadulterated vitriol, and one of those individuals probably misheard the question. Conservatives ...

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The Canna Cup Weekend Wrap-Up

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Review by Toronto Toker for There was a lot of speculation and curiosity leading up to The Canna Cup this past weekend. The only thing really known about the event was that rapper, Fatboy SSE, was advertised as the headlining performer for the Sunday concert. This lack of information isn’t that uncommon for events in the cannabis community currently, ...

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