What is an eNail?

Video by This video outlines what an eNail is and how it is utilized. Each Entropy eNail comes with a 6-in-1 Titanium Nail and a Quartz Banger. An eNail replaces your torch with a electronic heating coil for dabbing cannabis concentrates. It allows you to choose your desired temperature as well as keeping it hot for continuous dabbing. Entropy eNails ...

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Vancouver Police Release Dramatic Footage of Cannabis Dispensary Robbery

Police release dramatic footage of cannabis dispensary robbery Vancouver police are hoping the public can help identify the suspect in a violent robbery By Rafferty Baker, CBC News.

Article by Rafferty Baker, CBC News  Vancouver police are hoping that by releasing the surveillance video from a violent robbery at a cannabis dispensary in November, they may get some tips from the public. The case highlights the unusual relationship between police and the semi-legal dispensaries on the eve of cannabis legalization in Canada. The incident happened Nov. 4, 2017, at ...

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Pot Plan Will Keep The Black Market Running, Dispensary Manager Tells Premier Wynne

"Forty stores is not going to undercut the black market," Vikki Smythe, location manager of a medical marijuana dispensary, told Kathleen Wynne. "It’s just going to shove people right back in." (Samantha Craggs/CBC) Pot plan will keep the black market running, dispensary manager tells Premier Wynne '40 stores is just the beginning,' Wynne told a dispensary manager, 'and I think you know that' By Samantha Craggs, CBC News

Article by Samantha Craggs, CBC News The manager of a recently raided Hamilton cannabis dispensary faced off with Premier Kathleen Wynne Tuesday to say Ontario’s legalization plan is inadequate and won’t stamp out the black market. Vikki Smythe, 24, told Wynne at a town hall that people will keep using dealers because the Ontario Liberal plan isn’t enough to meet demand. ...

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Senate Struggles With Key Question: How Do You Measure Pot Impairment For Drivers?

Senate struggles with key question: How do you measure pot impairment for drivers? Bill Blair, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health, sits in a driving simulator meant to simulate the effects of driving under the influence of cannabis, during a photo opportunity at Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto on Wednesday January 24, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Article by Rachel Aiello, CTV News The federal government’s drug-impaired driving bill has taken a backseat so the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee can focus on passing its sister bill on marijuana legalization, as uncertainty remains over how to legislate and enforce ways to measure marijuana impairment. Determining marijuana impairment has been a major issue raised by a series ...

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Canadian Military Trying to Decide How to Handle Marijuana Legalization

Canadian military trying to decide how to handle marijuana legalization By Lee Berthiaume The Canadian Press

Article by Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press via Global News The military is currently wrestling with the implications of  legalization, Canada’s top general says – including time restrictions on using the drug before going on duty. “We’re going to try to be smart about it,” chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vancesaid on Monday. “But in the end, this is dangerous duty, this ...

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High-Tech Firms Get Ready To Light Up The Weed Industry

High-tech firms get ready to light up the weed industry Start-ups mobilize to get a piece of what could be a $13.9B industry By Salma Ibrahim, CBC News. Legal weed is stirring up a high-tech revolution as some businesses are poised to jump into the ancillary weed market and others are using the plant to disrupt their own industries. (Paul Borkwood/CBC)

Article by Salma Ibrahim, CBC News  In a trendy studio in Toronto’s fashion district, shared by several tech start-ups, you can slip on a pair of glasses and be transported to a weed production facility thousands of kilometres away. Users of Patio Interactive’s virtual reality lens can walk through the building, touch the cannabis buds, and learn all about where their weed comes ...

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Flying High: 100,000 Pot Plants Flown From Ontario to B.C.

Flying high: 100,000 pot plants flown from Ontario to B.C.

Article by CTV News Under tight security, 100,000 marijuana plants arrived at Vancouver International Airport Saturday to be cultivated in a network of greenhouses in Langley, B.C. that’s being touted as the largest licensed cannabis production facility in the world. That Metro Vancouver facility is run by BC Tweed Joint Venture Inc., which involves a B.C. greenhouse operator and cannabis ...

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Doobie Dos And Dont’s: Alberta Outlines Rules For Retail Marijuana Sales

Doobie dos and dont’s: Alberta outlines rules for retail marijuana sales By Dean Bennett The Canadian Press

Article by Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press via Global News Alberta expects to issue 250 licences for cannabis stores this year, and says anyone who wants to run a weed shop will first undergo an exhaustive check ranging from tax records to mob ties. “We believe that our regulations will strike the right balance,” Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley said Friday ...

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