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National Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer Admits To Smoking Marijuana In The Past, Says He Still Opposes Government’s Plan For Legalization

National Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer Admits To Smoking Marijuana In The Past, Says He Still Opposes Government’s Plan For Legalization. Leader of the Opposition Andrew Scheer rises in the House of Commons in Ottawa on Dec. 11, 2017. ADRIAN WYLD/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Article by Laura Stone and Daniel LeBlanc, The Globe and Mail Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer smoked marijuana as a young adult, but still opposes the Liberal government’s plan to legalize the drug, his office says. Mr. Scheer made the admission on a popular Quebec television show on Sunday, on which co-host Dany Turcotte also invited Mr. Scheer to this summer’s ...

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The 20th Global Marijuana March Toronto

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Written by Toronto Toker for Global Marijuana March is a worldwide protest that was started in 1999. As time when on the march spread and is now in 829 different cities and 72 countries. Toronto was one of the first cities to participate in the march back in 1999, making this the 20th Global Marijuana March Toronto. Thousands of cannabis ...

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New Campaign Calls For Marijuana Possession Convictions To Go Up In Smoke

New campaign calls for marijuana possession convictions to go up in smoke The Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty launches at the Global Marijuana March at Queen’s Park in Toronto Saturday Ryan Patrick Jones. Toronto criminal defence lawyer Annamaria Enenajor is the campaign director of the Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty. (Submitted by Annamaria Enenajor)

Article by Ryan Patrick Jones, CBC News A group of Toronto lawyers, activists and entrepreneurs launched a petition Friday calling on the federal government to grant amnesty to people convicted of simple cannabis possession charges. “If the federal government is going to legalize cannabis, then it doesn’t make any sense for these convictions to stay on people’s records,” said criminal defence ...

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Cut Off: How Veterans Affairs’ Clawback on Medical Marijuana Threw a New Brunswick Community Off-Kilter

Cut off: How Veterans Affairs’ clawback on medical marijuana threw a community off-kilter More than a dozen veterans with PTSD interviewed by The Globe in Oromocto, N.B., say their lives have been upended in the year since VAC instituted its new daily limits on cannabis. Jessica Leeder reports on the devastating fallout JESSICA LEEDER OROMOCTO, N.B. Fabian Henry smoking a dab of marijuana while medicating at the Veterans For Healing lounge in Oromocto, N.B.

Article by Jessica Leeder, The Globe and Mail It’s 2:30 a.m. and former soldier Chris Reid is walking briskly through torrential rain, down the main commercial strip of Oromocto, past the dormant Tim Hortons, the empty Legion parking lot and a bank of darkened windows at Veterans Affairs. He sets a quick pace for a man with no place to ...

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Tyendindaga Mohawk Territory: Canada’s Own Amsterdam

Tyendindaga Mohawk Territory: Canada’s Own Amsterdam

Article by Mel W High! Canada Located along the beautiful shores of the Bay of Quinte, approx. 200km East of Toronto and 65km West of Kingston. There are currently 30+ Dispensaries that have opened their doors on this sovereign land. They have certainly worked hard to create their own little medicinal cannabis haven and it doesn’t look like it’s going to ...

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Marketing Marijuana After It Is Legalized

Marketing marijuana after it is legalized By Meaghan Craig Reporter Global News. WATCH ABOVE: Will the same cigarette marketing rules be applied to marijuana once it is legalized?

Article by Meaghan Craig, Global News Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is doubling down saying he still plans to legalize recreational marijuana by this summer. Some argue the entire process has been rushed, while other say if you wait for everything to be perfect then nothing will ever get done. What isn’t up for discussion is the aspect of public safety. It remains paramount ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: May 7 – May 13, 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 May 8, 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 May 9, 2018: Free Grow Class When: 6:00pm-8:00pm Where: ...

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How Hamilton, Ontario Became The ‘Wild West’ of Canada’s Cannabis Dispensary Scene

How Hamilton, Ontario Became The ‘Wild West' of Canada's Cannabis Dispensary Scene There are nearly 50 illegal dispensaries operating in Hamilton. The government plans to shut them down and open a single Ontario Cannabis Store

Article by Scott Blacklock, Lift News After the Liberal government announced its plan to legalize marijuana, Britney Guerra wanted to get ahead of the action. But before she opened several illegal cannabis dispensaries in Hamilton, Ont. she told the Steeltown authorities all about it. “Knowing that we were going to go full recreational, I had emailed the city multiple times ...

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Trudeau Presses for Legal Marijuana This Summer as Senate Wavers

Politics Trudeau Presses for Legal Marijuana This Summer as Senate Wavers By Josh Wingrove and Greg Quinn. Lawmakers urge delaying legalization, banning home growing Senator sponsoring law says everyone preparing for September. = Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

Article by Josh Wingrove and Greg Quinn, Bloomberg Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pressing ahead with a goal of legalizing recreational marijuana in Canada within months, as senators push for changes and a delay of as much as a year. The government’s pot law is working its way through the Senate, where a trio of lawmaker reports has this week called for ...

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Crony Capitalism In The Provinces


Article by Caleb McMillan, Cannabis Life Network Why are medical-only licensed producers making deals with provincial governments for recreational sales? Why is this going on while BC Bud is waiting for the federal government to finally get around to licensing “micro” cultivators and processors? Already approved by Health Canada, the LPs came into existence as a result of government policy ...

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