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NEW EDIBLES REGULATIONS: DOUBLE STANDARD BETWEEN CANNABIS & ALCOHOL MIKE O.OCTOBER 17, 2019 CANNABIS CANADACANNABIS LEGALIZATIONFEATUREDHEALTHLAWMARIJUANA LEGALIZATIONMARIJUANA NEWSNEWS & EVENTSTHC NEWS

New Edibles Regulations: Double Standard Between Cannabis& Alcohol

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network The worst part of the new regulations kicking ...

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Toronto Ontario gardeners bring in their 1st harvest of legal backyard cannabis Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn With frost around the corner, the time is right to cut, dry and cure homegrown buds Kate McGillivray · CBC News Katy Perry teaches a weekly class in Toronto on how to grow cannabis outside, helping her students determine when to plant and harvest and guiding them through challenges like mildew. (Kate McGillivray/CBC) Around the province this month, gardeners are cutting down and drying cannabis plants that were grown legally outside for the very first time. (Kate McGillivray/CBC)

Ontario Gardeners Bring in Their 1st Harvest of Legal Backyard Cannabis

Article by Kate McGillivray, CBC News Along with planting bulbs and clearing out dying annuals, ...

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Manitoba Regulations, funding keep Canada from becoming world leader in cannabis research, scientists say Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Health Canada systems slow, researchers say, and work on abuse is better funded than medical research Aidan Geary · CBC News It's 'universally acknowledged' that more cannabis research is needed, one expert says. Here, a lab manager displays marijuana leaf tissueand plant callus, which a plant would grow from, at a medical marijuana facility in Richmond, B.C., in a 2014 photo. (Darryl Dyck)

Regulations, Funding Keep Canada From Becoming World Leader in Cannabis Research, Scientists Say

Article by Aidan Geary, CBC News Onerous regulations and insufficient funding are holding back cannabis ...

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Terence Corcoran: Bring back the cannabis 'black market' — the closest perfect example of a free market The previously existing free market in cannabis still delivers the best outcome: low prices, high quality, and ease of purchase Cannabis plants at CannTrust's facility in Ontario.Peter J. Thompson/National Post files

Terence Corcoran: Bring Back the Cannabis ‘Black Market’ — the Cosest Perfect Example of a Free Market

Article by Terence Corcoran, Financial Post Somebody somewhere must be working on a script for ...

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Local pot store now has a name 'We will need at least 2-4 managers and 10-15 staff' about 21 hours ago By: Jeff Turl This former restaurant in Nipissing Plaza will be the home for North Bay's first cannabis store Tokyo Smoke. Jeff Turl/BayToday.

North Bay’s First Cannabis Store Now Has a Name, Chooses Disgraced Weed Brand

Article by Jeff Turl, Bay Today We now know the name of North Bay’s first ...

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Edmonton Cannabis edibles expected to take small bite out of illegal sales Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Police and industry analysts say consumers still attracted to black market’s lower prices Josee St-Onge · CBC News Edmonton-based Aurora Cannabis is awaiting Health Canada approval to launch its line of edible products, which include cannabis infused chocolates. (Marcus Oleniuk/ Aurora Cannabis) Illegal cannabis products purchased through black market websites are often packaged to appear legitimate. (Louis Blouin/Radio-Canada)

Cannabis Edibles Expected to Take Small Bite Out of Illegal Sales

Article by Josee St-Onge, CBC News Licensed cannabis producers are optimistic that the introduction of ...

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Weed a $2.4M loser in Manitoba One-time legalization costs blamed for negative net revenue By: Solomon Israel Posted: 10/16/2019 4:00 AM A licensed cannabis store in Winnipeg. (Daniel Crump/Winnipeg Free Press) Daniel Crump / Winnipeg Free press. Staff at work at the Garden Variety cannabis dispensary on Ellice Avenue. April 11, 2019.

Weed a $2.4M Loser in Manitoba

Article by Solomon Israel, Leaf News Provincial cannabis wholesaler Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries earned nearly ...

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After criticism, pot packaging tries to go greener Criticism has been levelled against cannabis producers for using excessive packaging. Now retailers say things are changing. CHERYL CHAN Customers show off their purchases upon leaving the B.C. Cannabis Store in Kamloops on Oct. 17, 2018, the first day that marijuana became legal in Canada. RICHARD LAM / PNG

After Criticism, Pot Packaging Tries to Go Greener

Article by Cheryl Chan, Canada.com Excessive packaging remains a problem one year after cannabis was ...

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