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Men accused of illegally selling alcohol, cannabis inside makeshift store in Markham illegal, store, markham York Regional Police say they have shut down a makeshift store in Markham where alcohol and cannabis products were being sold illegally inside a commercial unit. (York Regional Police handout) Codi Wilson, CP24.com P

Men Accused of Illegally Selling Alcohol, Cannabis Inside Makeshift Store in Markham

Article by Codi Wilson, CP24 York Regional Police say they have shut down a makeshift ...

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CANNABIS Canadians can lose Nexus passes over legal cannabis use in Canada: U.S. document BY PATRICK CAIN GLOBAL NEWS WATCH ABOVE: Admitting to legal cannabis use in Canada can get your Nexus pass taken away by the U.S., a lawyer warns. Prospective Canadian cannabis investor gets lifetime U.S. entry ban Think twice about asking for a pardon, border lawyer says Past marijuana conviction could still prevent U.S. border crossing Canadian lawyer questions government advice to be honest at U.S. border Trudeau asked to provide pot-users with advice on crossing U.S. border

Canadians Can Lose Nexus Passes Over Legal Cannabis Use in Canada: U.S. Document

Article by Patrick Cain, Global News Cannabis use may be legal in Canada, but if U.S. ...

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News Everyone Scared of Legal Weed Was Freaking Out Over Nothing: Report Despite fears of children getting high and stoned driving, a new Stats Canada report has found that things are pretty much fine. By Manisha Krishnan IT TURNS OUT LEGAL WEED ISN'T THAT BIG OF A DEAL. PHOTO VIA VICE

Everyone Scared of Legal Weed Was Freaking Out Over Nothing: Report

Article by Manisha Krishnan, Vice News Despite concerns that legalizing weed would lead to all hell ...

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NEWS Teen cannabis use is on the decline, while adult use is increasing overall: StatsCan Pre-legalization, almost 20 percent of teens aged 15 to 17 reported having consumed cannabis over the past three months compared to just over 10 percent post-legalization. By Emma Spears FILE: A woman smokes marijuana during a demonstration in front of the Mexican Senate building in Mexico City on Sept. 28, 2016. PEDRO PARDO/AFP via Getty Images Respondents aged 65 and older reported a 1.8 percent increase in cannabis consumption. / Photo: Getty Images Getty Images

Teen Cannabis Use is on the Decline, While Adult Use is Increasing Overall: StatsCan

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op Legalization seems to have put a damper on teens’ ...

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GROW BUSINESS Donnelly Group is bringing 8 cannabis stores to Toronto Daily Hive Staff

Donnelly Group is Bringing 8 Cannabis Stores to Toronto

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Men accused of illegally selling alcohol, cannabis inside makeshift store in Markham illegal, store, markham York Regional Police say they have shut down a makeshift store in Markham where alcohol and cannabis products were being sold illegally inside a commercial unit. (York Regional Police handout) Codi Wilson, CP24.com P

Men Accused of Illegally Selling Alcohol, Cannabis Inside Makeshift Store in Markham

Article by Codi Wilson, CP24 York Regional Police say they have shut down a makeshift ...

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KERLIKOWSKE: Illegal cannabis market alive and well – what’s next? Special to Toronto Sun Published: February 25, 2020 Updated: February 25, 2020 5:29 PM EST Filed Under: Toronto SUN ›Opinion ›Columnists RELATED EDITORIALS EDITORIAL: City can’t cave on ‘jobs for life’ COLUMNISTS Watch:MULCAIR: A crisis of leadership in Canada COLUMNISTS LILLEY: OLG prez on his way out amid dropping profits, questions on expenses COLUMNISTS CHARLEBOIS: Tim Hortons adds to its disastrous marketing decisions Sun file photo of bagged marijuana. GIL KERLIKOWSKE

KERLIKOWSKE: Illegal Cannabis Market Alive and Well – What’s Next?

Article by Gil Kerlikowske, Toronto Sun It turns out legalizing recreational cannabis in Canada was ...

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SMALL BUSINESS This ain't the Apple Store of weed: These entrepreneurs are shaking up cannabis retail Among a sea of tech-inspired weed shops, three companies — which happen to be co-led by women — are bringing consumers a more intimate retail experience By Sarah Ratchford Andrea Dobbs is the co-founder of Vancouver's Village Bloomery, which just recently transitioned to the regulated market. Photo: Facebook Ottawa’s Superette won Top Retail Store at the Canadian Cannabis Awards. Photo: Superette “I wanted it to feel welcoming. You needed to walk in and say, ‘Ahh, I didn’t expect this,’” says Canvas owner Helene Vassos. Photo: Facebook

This Ain’t the Apple Store of Weed: These Entrepreneurs are Shaking Up Cannabis Retail

Article by Sarah Ratchford, Growth Op Andrea Dobbs wasn’t much of a cannabis consumer until ...

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