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Canada’s Cannabis Advantage Going Up In Smoke As U.S. Moves In

Canada’s cannabis advantage going up in smoke as U.S. moves in By DOUG ALEXANDER Bloomberg Canada’s competitive advantage in cannabis could be disappearing as U.S. firms muscle in. (FRED TANNEAU / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

Article by Doug Alexander, Bloomberg Canada’s competitive advantage in cannabis is disappearing. Half of the 10 biggest marijuana companies trading in Canada are now U.S. based, including MedMen Enterprises Inc. of Los Angeles, Curaleaf Holdings Inc. of Wakefield, Mass., and Green Thumb Industries Inc. of Chicago. Quincy, Florida-based Trulieve Cannabis Corp. and Boulder, Colorado-based Charlotte’s Web Holdings Inc. are among ...

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Cannabis Stocks Rise as 3 U.S. States Vote to Legalize Pot and Jeff Sessions Resigns

Cannabis stocks rise as 3 U.S. states vote to legalize pot and Jeff Sessions resigns Facebook LinkedIn Email Reddit North Dakota voters opt not to legalize recreational use despite it already being OK for medical purposes Pete Evans · CBC News An election official hands an 'I Voted' sticker to a voter at a polling location in North Dakota. Voters in that state chose not to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes, despite the drug being legal for medical use. (Bridget Bennett/Bloomberg)

Article by Pete Evans, CBC News Canadian cannabis companies got a shot in the arm on Wednesday as U.S. voters in three states decided to legalize the drug, and one of its biggest political opponents stepped down. While much of the attention from Tuesday evening’s midterm election focused on the balance of power in Congress, investors were instead focusing on ballot ...

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Mexico’s Legalization of Cannabis is a Win For Canada’s Pot Companies, GMP Securities Says

Mexico’s legalization of cannabis is a win for Canada’s pot companies, GMP Securities says NOVEMBER 5, 2018 BY NICK WADDELL

Article by Nick Waddell, CanTech Letter Mexico’s Supreme Court rulings last week on recreational cannabis use should be a boon for Canadian pot companies, says GMP Securities analyst Martin Landry. Last Wednesday, the Supreme Court of Mexico ruled on two cases of marijuana possession, deciding that the constitutionally-enshrined right to “the free development of the personality,” an ideal of personal ...

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What Do America’s ‘Marijuana Midterms’ Mean For Cannabis in Canada?

What do America's 'marijuana midterms' mean for cannabis in Canada? Legalization of recreational marijuana is on ballots today in North Dakota and Michigan. (Olivier Douliery / Abaca Press)

Article by The Leaf News Bud is on the ballot in a number of U.S. states Tuesday, as Americans cast their votes in midterm elections. The stakes are highest in two states that border Canada: Voters in Michigan and North Dakota will decide whether to legalize recreational cannabis use for adults. Meanwhile, medical marijuana legalization measures are on ballots in Missouri and ...

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Popular YouTuber Philip Defranco Breaks Down Cannabis Legalization For Americans

POPULAR YOUTUBER PHILIP DEFRANCO BREAKS DOWN CANNABIS LEGALIZATION FOR AMERICANS

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network When Canada officially legalized recreational cannabis exactly two weeks ago, Canadians were engaged in some serious navel-gazing over the effects and ramifications the Cannabis Act would have on their lives. But at the same time we were trying to figure out what exactly the cannabis rules were for the province or territory we ...

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Why Cannabis Users Should Avoid Singapore Like Their Freedom Depends On It

WHY CANNABIS USERS SHOULD AVOID SINGAPORE LIKE THEIR FREEDOM DEPENDS ON IT MIKE O

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network If you’re an avid traveler who loves cannabis, you might want to take Singapore off your list of must-see destinations- unless you’re willing to go a month without smoking weed or risk a hefty fine (or worse)! That’s because Singapore has extremely strict drug laws and there’s a possibility you could get tested for ...

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Traveling To Singapore? You May Be Drug Tested For Cannabis, Travel Canada Warns

Travelling to Singapore? You may be drug tested for cannabis, Travel Canada warns By Eric Stober National Online Journalist, Breaking News Global News WATCH: Air travel after pot legalization.

Article by Eric Stober, Global News If you’re travelling to Singapore, custom officers can request a drug test when you arrive, even if the drug was consumed before your arrival — which could result in your arrest. Travel Canada made the warning Wednesday in the wake of cannabis legalization in Canada. In a tweet, Travel Canada warned, “custom officers can ...

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China Joins List of Asian Countries Warning Against Cannabis Use in Canada

China joins list of Asian countries warning against cannabis use in Canada By Staff The Associated Press

Article by The Associated Press, via  Global News Marijuana may be legal now in Canada but at least three Asian governments are warning their citizens to avoid it, including the spectre of possible arrest for Japanese and South Koreans. China, the latest to weigh in, didn’t go that far. Its consulate in Toronto issued a statement dated Friday reminding Chinese ...

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These 3 Countries Are Now Banning Their Citizens From Smoking Legal Weed In Canada

News These 3 Countries Are Now Banning Their Citizens From Smoking Legal Weed In Canada Visitors who smoke up on Canadian soil could be looking at jail time or hefty fines when they go home. @Jezael Melgoza | Unsplash/Dmitry Tishchenko | Dreamstime.com 366 shares Alissa Heidman · 20 hours ago

Article by Alissa Heidman, Narcity It’s obvious that not everyone agrees with Canada’s decision to legalize recreational marijuana. To each their own, right? Well, not in these cases. Recently, three countries have announced that they don’t want their citizens to have anything to do with legal pot in Canada. Because of this, they’re committed to penalizing any of their passport-holders who do. ...

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Legalizing Recreational Cannabis, Canada Begins a National Experiment

Legalizing Recreational Marijuana, Canada Begins a National Experiment People gathered in Toronto to watch the “bud drop” at the stroke of midnight, in celebration of the legalization on Wednesday of recreational cannabis use in Canada.CreditCreditIan Willms/Getty Images By Dan Bilefsky

Article by Dan Bilefsky, New York Times Canada on Wednesday became the first major world economy to legalize recreational marijuana, beginning a national experiment that will alter the country’s social, cultural and economic fabric, and present the nation with its biggest public policy challenge in decades. Across the country, as government pot retailers opened from Newfoundland to British Columbia, jubilant Canadians waited ...

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