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The Future of Canadian Cannabis

THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANNABIS CALEB MCMILLAN

Article by Caleb McMillan, Cannabis Life Network Despite no evidence of organized crime in the illegal cannabis industry, that growers, dispensaries, and other value-added producers are “paper criminals” interested only in producing a quality product or service in a free and fair market — the government still insists on eradicating this current industry. Looks like the future of Canadian cannabis rests ...

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Ontario’s Pot Plan Could See Tourism Boom Go Up in Smoke, Locals Warn

Ontario's pot plan could see tourism boom go up in smoke, locals warn Toronto could be a boom-town for cannabis tourism, but industry figures fear regulations might turn visitors off

Article by Brian Fitzpatrick, Metro News As Ontario awaits recreational cannabis legalization, industry figures are warning that unless regulations are loosened, Toronto could lose out on a mini tourism boom. Abi Roach of Toronto’s Hotbox Café, where visitors have brought their own cannabis since 2003, says some 40 to 50 per cent of her 100,000 yearly visits are from people based ...

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Protecting People in Ontario from the Health Impacts of Cannabis

Protecting People in Ontario from the Health Impacts of Cannabis

Article by Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care In response to the federal government’s plan to legalize cannabis in July 2018, Ontario’s proposed approach to legalization is informed by the province’s experience in managing tobacco and alcohol, as well as lessons from other jurisdictions that have recently legalized cannabis. Recreational versus medical cannabis Ontario is proposing to regulate the ...

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Ontario Just Tabled a Weed Law That Makes It Almost Impossible to Blaze Anywhere

Ontario Just Tabled a Weed Law That Makes It Almost Impossible to Blaze Anywhere What is even the point?

Article by Manisha Krishnan, Vice News Ontario just tabled its bill for regulating and selling weed in the province and it makes it impossible to legally consume recreational weed outside of a private home. Despite being widely panned, the province is sticking to the plan it unveiled in September, with 40 cannabis retail stores to open next summer, followed by 80 ...

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Driven by Compassion a Look at Natural Health Services

Driven by Compassion a Look at Natural Health Services

Article by Bill Macdonald, High! Canada Dr. Stephanie Mason is a founder of Natural Health Services, a pioneering medical Cannabis clinic which opened its doors in Calgary, back in May of 2015. She is a doctor of Psychiatry who specializes in addiction therapy. Stephanie is dedicated to remediating the harmful effects of addiction and other human ailments by prescribing medical ...

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5 Things to Look for as Ontario Unveils its New Marijuana Law

5 things to look for as Ontario unveils its new marijuana law By Patrick Cain. A resident smokes a large marijuana joint during the 420 Day festival on the lawns of Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

Article by Patrick Cain, Global News Ontario is set to introduce legislation Wednesday that would regulate the sale and distribution of recreational marijuana. The province was the first to announce detailed plans last month for cannabis once the federal government makes it legal in July 2018. Many of the workaday details of how legal marijuana will work are up to ...

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A Deeper Look into Canada’s Upcoming $46M Cannabis Education Campaigns

A DEEPER LOOK INTO CANADA’S UPCOMING $46M CANNABIS EDUCATION CAMPAIGNS MIKE OKADA

Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network On Oct. 31, the Canadian government announced that it’s spending an additional $36.4M on a five-year cannabis education and awareness campaign, which is on top of the $9.6M announced earlier in the 2017 Budget, adding up to a total of $46M. The Trudeau government justifies the spending as “protecting the youth” which is ...

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Highlights of Ontario’s New Marijuana Legislation

Highlights of Ontario's new marijuana legislation

Article by The Canadian Press via National Post Ontario’s proposed marijuana legislation will, if passed, establish regulations to govern the sale of recreational pot in the province. Here are some highlights of the new bill: –Sets the legal age to use, buy or cultivate marijuana at 19. –Bans cannabis use in public places, workplaces and vehicles. –Creates a provincial retailer, a ...

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Conservative Health Critic Takes Exception with Plan to Allow Homegrown Marijuana

Conservative health critic takes exception with plan to allow homegrown marijuana Yahoo Canada News Jonathan Rumley. A cannabis grower in southern California tends to his plate on Feb. 10, 2017. In Canada, the Conservatives have been trying to get the Liberals to remove a portion of a bill that would allow up to four cannabis plants per household. Photo from Matt Masin/The Orange County Register via AP.

Article by Jonathan Rumley, Yahoo As the Liberal bill to legalize recreational cannabis makes its way through the House of Commons, the Conservatives are holding steady with her objection to home growing. Conservative health critic and Ontario MP Marilyn Gladu has been a vocal opponent against the part of the plan that allows for up to four marijuana plants per household. ...

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