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Toronto Police Raid Canna Club Dispensary

Toronto police raid Canna Club dispensary Three arrested and 1403.04 grams of cannabis, 301.8 grams of cannabis oil and $1,330 CAD seized

Article by David Brown, Lift News The Toronto Police Service say that on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, at 2:50 p.m., officers from 32/33 Division’s Street Violence Task Force executed a search warrant at the Canna Club at 429 Wilson Avenue. Police alleged that they seized 1403.04 grams of leaf marihuana, 301.8 grams of marihuana oil and $1,330 CAD. Three people were arrested in the ...

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Social Healing, PTSD & Cannabis

Social Healing, PTSD & Cannabis

Article by Jesse B., High! Canada It is well known that cannabis is a healing plant, having gained mainstream and political acceptance for its medicinal virtues first and foremost. Something that’s been little recognized is that its capacity goes beyond simply healing just in individuals. By incorporating medicinal cannabis as a society, we have the potential to heal our relationships ...

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Investors Are Delusional When It Comes To Canadian Marijuana Companies

Operations Inside The Tweed Inc. Production Facility As Trudeau Win Signals Gains For Marijuana Stocks. Investors are delusional when it comes to Canadian marijuana companies The model of state-run alcohol sales gives us an important clue as to why high-flying marijuana producers face tough times ahead Allan Gregory. Medical marijuana plants grow in a climate controlled growing room at the Tweed Inc. facility in Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada, on Nov. 11, 2015. Construction and marijuana companies are poised to benefit from the Liberal Party's decisive win in Canada's election, with leader Justin Trudeau vowing to fund infrastructure spending with deficits and legalize cannabis. (James MacDonald/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

Article by Allan Gregory, MacLean’s Magazine As the July deadline for the provinces to legalize marijuana approaches, the stock prices of Canadian publicly-traded weed producers have been on a tear. On Monday alone shares in Canopy Growth Corp., soared nearly 20 per cent. The surge in market value comes as firms try to position themselves with sufficient product to meet ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: January 15 – January 21, 2018

Toronto Cannabis Events Dankr Crowd

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: Monday January 15, 2018: Ganja all levels with Joel When: 7:30pm-9:30pm Where: The House of Yoga (714 Bloor St W, Toronto) Price: $30/class, 4 classes for $100 White Mug Gang Mondays – a comedy show with ...

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Measuring Canada’s Cannabis Economy

StatCannabis Measuring Canada’s cannabis economy Recreational pot will soon be legal. Statisticians have to figure out how much it contributes to output

Article by The Economist IF AN agency of your government asked whether you had recently smoked a joint and how much you paid for it, would you tell it? Canada’s statistics agency, informally known as StatCan, is about to find out what that country’s citizens would do. On January 23rd it will invite Canadians to disclose their cannabis habits anonymously through ...

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Cannabis Markets From Toronto and Vancouver Will Team Up for One Night Only at a Secret Location

Cannabis markets from Toronto and Vancouver will team up for one night only at a secret location by Amanda Siebert. Infused kombucha? You bet.

Article by Amanda Siebert, The Georgia Striaght Vancouver might have Toronto beat when it comes to dispensary-friendly cops, but Lisa Campbell says it was the city’s “environment of extreme enforcement” that created a need for independent cannabis companies to showcase their work. It’s why she and Toronto entrepreneur Sarah Gillies (owner, Mary Jane’s Touch, The Baker’s Shop) joined forces in the ...

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How Legalization Is Already Hurting California’s Small Pot Farmers

How Legalization Is Already Hurting California's Small Pot Farmers Could new regulations mean the end of the mom-and-pop grows that created cannabis culture? What happens when an otherwise-legal marijuana farm gets raided? Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Redux

Article by Madison Margolin, Rolling Stone Brian Chaplin was dining in town when he received a text from one of his pot trimmers: “We just got fucking robbed 911.” Chaplin shoveled down one final bite of his apple crisp and rushed back to the small cottage homestead – a few chicken coops, a vegetable garden, a rustic house and a 2,500-square ...

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Ex-B.C. Health Minister Terry Lake Says Pot Promising Substitute for Opioid Addiction

Ex-B.C. health minister says pot promising substitute for opioid addiction

Article by Laura Kane, The Canadian Press via National Post Terry Lake, the former British Columbia health minister who oversaw the declaration of a public-health emergency amid the deadly fentanyl crisis, is urging more research on the effects of marijuana on opioid addictions. Now a vice-president at a medical cannabis company, Lake said there is preliminary evidence that shows marijuana can ...

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Pot to the People: Saskatchewan Cannabis Retailers Pleased with Provincial Government’s Private Retail Plan

Pot to the people: Sask. cannabis retailers pleased with provincial government's plan Entrepreneurs in Saskatoon, Regina aiming for some of the 60 retail permits CBC News. About 60 private retailers in the province will be given permits to sell cannabis, the Saskatchewan government said Monday. (CBC News)

Article by CBC News With the Saskatchewan government’s announcement that marijuana will be sold by private companies once the drug is federally legalized, existing entrepreneurs are queuing up. SLGA said it will issue about 60 retail permits in about 40 municipalities and First Nations across the province. Kelly Csada, owner of the medicinal marijuana shop Kelz in Regina, said she ...

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The People of Six Nations Embrace Cannabis as a Medicine and Sovereign Right

The people of Six Nations embrace cannabis as a medicine and sovereign right

Article by SmokeSignals.Media The results are in. The people of Six Nations want no political interference – from inside or outside of their community – when it comes to the regulation of the cannabis industry on their territory. The survey, undertaken by the on reserve dispensary Green Health for Six, was mailed to 2,300 households in Six Nations and New Credit. ...

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