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Indigenous Cannabis Cup Follow Up

Indigenous Cannabis Cup Follow Up

Article by Mel W, High! Canada Recently, Jamie Kunkel owner of Smoke Signals dispensaries extended his sovereign right to dispense and consume cannabis and cannabis-derived products on his property allowing local businesses to display their products as well as network within the community itself. The Indigeneous Cannabis Cup was a successful event and drew in producers and a great number of ...

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Kirkland Lake Cannabis Producer Fully Operational

Kirkland Lake cannabis producer fully operational Women’s health and wellness market is focus of female CEO of 48North Cannabis 0 7 h by: Ian Ross 1 / 2 48North Cannabis Corp. is fully operational with its 40,000-square-foot indoor growing facility outside of Kirkland Lake. (Supplied photo)

Article by Ian Ross, Northern Ontario Business A newly licensed and fully operational Kirkland Lake cannabis grower is positioning itself to cater to women’s health and wellness products. Well ahead of the federal legalization date on Oct.17, Alison Gordon, CEO of 48North Cannabis Corp., has been doing some advance work to finalize some partnership deals with major manufacturers in the area ...

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Cannabis Marketers Enjoy Summer of Schmooze Ahead of Legislative Crackdown

Cannabis marketers enjoy summer of schmooze ahead of legislative crackdown Pot companies exploit a once-in-a-lifetime marketing opportunity ahead of government restrictions Dianne Buckner · CBC News Gord Sinclair and Rob Baker of The Tragically Hip pose with fans and sign autographs at a promotional event outside of Toronto. One lawyer says celebrity associations with cannabis companies serve a legitimate purpose: informing the public of what's available. (Laura MacNaughton/CBC)

Article by Dianne Buckner, CBC News Canadians will be surrounded by the logos of new recreational cannabis brands at a variety of fun events this summer as pot purveyors are exploiting a once-in-a-lifetime chance to market their products before government restrictions fully kick in. At recent concerts by both classic rockers Jethro Tull and rap superstar Kendrick Lamar, banners bearing the Tweed ...

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Squish Extracts Canada – Medicated Gummy Bears Review

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Reviewed by Toronto Toker for Dankr.ca. Squish Extracts Canada Overview: Squish Extracts Canada is a small rosin company that started their company in early 2017. From the quality and diversity of products offered, it is clear Squish Extracts Canada had refined their technique before launching their company. Accessing Squish Extracts Canada: Squish Extracts Canada’s rosin is carried in a few different ...

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Hamilton Projected to get $1.6 Million From Ontario to Address Cannabis Impact

Hamilton projected to get $1.6 million from Ontario to address marijuana impact NEWS 07:56 PM by Kevin Werner Hamilton Community News In this photo, marijuana varities are seen at Pacifico Life on January 22, 2017. - John Rennison , The Hamilton Spectator file photo

Article by Kevin Werne, Hamilton Community News via Hamilton Spectator Hamilton could be getting about $1.6 million over two years from the province to prepare for the legalization of recreational marijuana use on Oct. 17. However, there is expected to be about $81 million in funding over five years from the federal government offered to municipal police services to cover projected ...

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Ontario Government’s Pot Shops Will Fuel a Black Market

Are cannabis companies ready for legalization? Ontario government's pot shops will fuel a black market — and put toxic drugs in kids' reach Opinion: Ontario's plans for 150 marijuana stores over three years is a public health disaster Special to Financial Post Ian Chamandy and Ken Aber

Article by Ian Chamandy and Ken Aber, Financial Post By all appearances, former Premier Kathleen Wynne’s plan for the retail distribution of recreational marijuana in Ontario is both good policy and good politics. To keep marijuana out of the hands of children and eliminate the black market, Wynne has proposed a government-run retail distribution network based on the very successful Liquor ...

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Court Date Set for Toronto Cops Accused of Eating Pot-Laced Chocolate

Court Date Set for Toronto Cops Accused of Eating Pot-Laced Chocolate

Article by The Canadian Press via National Post A pretrial hearing has been scheduled for two Toronto police officers accused of eating a marijuana-laced chocolate bar they allegedly took during a raid at a pot shop. Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli did not appear in court on Tuesday for the date-setting. Their case is set to return on Aug. ...

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Hamilton Police Shut Down Dozens of Pot Dispensaries, and All But 2 Reopened Again

Hamilton police shut down dozens of pot dispensaries, and all but 2 reopened again Samantha Craggs · CBC News Hamilton city officials say every time they manage to close down a marijuana dispensary, it just opens up again in a different location. (Evan Mitsui/CBCNews)

Article by Samantha Craggs, CBC News It’s a clear sign Hamilton is losing its battle against illegal marijuana dispensaries. Every time police or the city try to shut one down, new numbers show, they just open back up again. Lloyd Ferguson, Ancaster councillor and chair of the police services board, says police have shut down 42 dispensaries, and all but two ...

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Woman in Weed: Hannah Rubin

Woman in Weed: Hannah Rubin

Article by High! Canada High! Canada Magazine had the chance to speak with Canadian Wellness Guru, cannabis advocate and infuser of wellness products – Hannah Rubin from Ontario. Hannah, tell us how you got involved in the Cannabis community – what led you into a career within the Canadian cannabis industry? I am an American who originally planned to roll ...

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Toronto Joins Vancouver in Recommending Canada Decriminalize All Drugs

STRAIGHT TALK Toronto joins Vancouver in recommending Canada decriminalize all drugs In March 2018, the city of Vancouver recommended Canada decriminalize drugs to reduce overdose deaths. Now a top health official for the country's largest city is making the same argument by Travis Lupick Toronto medical officer of health Eileen de Villa maintains that decriminalizing the personal possession of drugs like cocaine and heroin would help reduce overdose deaths. TORONTO PUBLIC HEALTH

Article by Travis Lupick, Georgia Straight Toronto’s top doctor has come out in favour of decriminalizing the personal possession of drugs, including hard drugs like cocaine and heroin. She joins top health officials in Vancouver and B.C. who, for several years now, have recommended the Canadian government remove criminal penalties for people caught with small amounts of illicit narcotics. “Our belief, based on ...

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