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The Green Light District was located at the Fitch Street plaza in Welland in the spring of 2019 when police raided it accused the owner of operating an illegal cannabis dispensary. CRIME Sentencing in January for man who operated illegal cannabis dispensary in Welland Alison Langley By Alison Langley Review Reporter

Sentencing in January for Man Who Operated Illegal Cannabis Dispensary in Welland

Article by Alison Langley, Niagara Falls Review After police raided the Green Light District in ...

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World NewsWellnessNewsMedicalLegalizationHealth For people with migraine, study suggests cannabis may help More than three-quarters of sufferers report weed helped ease symptoms. Author of the article:Angela Stelmakowich Globally, the study notes, migraines are the second leading cause of disability in individuals under the age of 50. / PHOTO BY BULAT SILVIA / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS For migraineurs who used both cannabis and non-cannabis products for relief, the former led to 90 per cent relief compared to 60 per cent relief with the latter. / PHOTO BY GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

For People With Migraine, Study Suggests Cannabis May Help

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op A new study of 589 cannabis users suggests that ...

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As consolidation hits Canadian cannabis retail, more mergers and acquisitions expected Published 5 hours ago | By Solomon Israel FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail The interior of a High Tide Canna Cabana store in Toronto. (Photo courtesy of High Tide)

As Consolidation Hits Canadian Cannabis Retail, More Mergers and Acquisitions Expected

Article by Solomon Israel, Marijuana Business Daily Consolidation is picking up among Canada’s regulated cannabis ...

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HOME LOCAL NEWS Brock receives almost $1M in funding for cannabis-related research Funding will help researchers examine the increase in substance use-related hospitalizations since recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada about 2 hours ago By: ThoroldNews Staff 1 / 2 The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has awarded funding to Assistant Professor of Health Sciences Antony Chum (pictured) and Assistant Professor of Child and Youth Studies Matthew Kwan for their separate research projects on the impacts of cannabis policy and children living with Developmental Co-ordination Disorder, respectively. Photo provided by Brock University 2 / 2 The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has awarded funding to Assistant Professor of Health Sciences Antony Chum and Assistant Professor of Child and Youth Studies Matthew Kwan (pictured) for their separate research projects on the impacts of cannabis policy and children living with Developmental Co-ordination Disorder, respectively. Photo provided by Brock University

Brock Receives Almost $1M in Funding for Cannabis-Related Research

Article by Thorold News The federal government’s Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has awarded ...

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NEWS BRIEF Cannabis NB expects CA$10M profit; privatization update ‘in near future’

Cannabis NB Expects CA$10M Profit; Privatization Update ‘in Near Future’

Article by Marijuana Business Daily New Brunswick’s cannabis retail monopoly Cannabis NB expects to end ...

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The Green Light District was located at the Fitch Street plaza in Welland in the spring of 2019 when police raided it accused the owner of operating an illegal cannabis dispensary. CRIME Sentencing in January for man who operated illegal cannabis dispensary in Welland Alison Langley By Alison Langley Review Reporter

Sentencing in January for Man Who Operated Illegal Cannabis Dispensary in Welland

Article by Alison Langley, Niagara Falls Review After police raided the Green Light District in ...

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HOME MIDLAND NEWS County councillors think it's high time feds amend Cannabis Act 'The issue here is a lack of enforcement from Health Canada,' says Springwater mayor about 22 hours ago By: Jessica Owen

County Councillors Think it’s High Time Feds Amend Cannabis Act

Article by Jessica Owen, Orillia Matters Simcoe County municipalities are banding together to pressure the ...

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As consolidation hits Canadian cannabis retail, more mergers and acquisitions expected Published 5 hours ago | By Solomon Israel FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail The interior of a High Tide Canna Cabana store in Toronto. (Photo courtesy of High Tide)

As Consolidation Hits Canadian Cannabis Retail, More Mergers and Acquisitions Expected

Article by Solomon Israel, Marijuana Business Daily Consolidation is picking up among Canada’s regulated cannabis ...

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