Toronto Won the NBA Finals and ‘You Can Smell That Cannabis is Legal in Canada!’

NEWS Toronto won the NBA finals and ‘you can smell that marijuana is legal in Canada!’ Boy did they celebrate! By Brendan Bures, The Fresh Toast Television anchors reporting live from the scene noted the jubilant and festive atmosphere coursing through the Canadian city. But they also sniffed something else in the air. Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images

Article by Brendan Bures, The Fresh Toast On Thursday night the Toronto Raptors won the NBA Finals for the first time in team history. Since 1993, no professional Canadian team in the four major sports—NBA, MLB, NHL, or the NFL—had won a championship until the Raptors victory this season. Suffice to say, Canadians had something to celebrate. And boy did ...

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Edible Cannabis Products to be On Store Shelves Two Months Later Than First Expected in Canada

Edible cannabis products to be on store shelves two months later than first expected in Canada BY CORMAC MACSWEENEY Edible cannabis products for sale at 4/20 at Sunset Beach in 2019. (Source: Monika Gul/NEWS 1130) You'll have to wait a little longer than expected to get your hands on legal cannabis edibles in Canada Edible cannabis products are expected to be on store shelves across Canada two months later than first expected We're expected to get final regulations for edible cannabis products on Friday CRITICISM EDIBLE CANNABIS ELECTION EXTRACTS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT LEGALIZATION LEGISLATION LIBERAL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS RULES TOPICALS

Article by Cormac Macsweeny, CityNews Edible cannabis products are expected to go on sale across Canada later this year — just in time for Christmas. Under the law, cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals have to be legalized by October 17, 2019. While, technically, regulations will be in place by that deadline, reports suggest stores will have to wait 60 days ...

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SUMA Urging Municipalities to Ask for 33% of Cannabis Excise Tax

Saskatoon SUMA urging municipalities to ask for 33% of marijuana excise tax Social Sharing Finance minister threatens municipalities with removal of revenue sharing agreement Kelly Provost · CBC News Even though Saskatchewan saw the lowest cannabis sales of any province in the country from October to December, SUMA president Gordon Barnhart argued that makes this the best time to settle on a percentage to be shared with municipalities. (The Associated Press) SUMA President Gordon Barnhart said the Moe government has signalled it won't share revenue from the excise tax on marijuana with municipalities, but he is hoping for a change of heart. (CBC) Finance Minister Bill Morneau wrote in a letter that the federal government expected municipalities to get 'a substantial portion' of revenue made from the marijuana excise tax. (Darryl Dyck) Finance Minister Donna Harpauer said the province makes so little off cannabis right now, the administration of sharing the excise tax would not be worth it. (Craig Edwards/CBC)

Article by Kelly Provost, CBC News The president of the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association is urging municipalities to write the provincial government lobbying for a 33 per cent cut of pot revenue. Not only do Saskatchewan municipalities want a share of the excise tax the province collects on cannabis sales, the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association argues it’s a federal expectation. Gordon ...

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Are Canada’s Pot-Impaired Driving Penalties Too Strict? New Study Suggests Yes

Are Canada’s pot-impaired driving penalties too strict? New study suggests yes By Simon Little Online Journalist Global News

Article by Simon Little, Global News A new study from the University of British Columbia (UBC) is suggesting that Canada’s cannabis-impaired driving penalties may be too strict. That’s after researchers found no link between low levels of THC, the psychoactive chemical in pot, and car crashes. The study, recently published in the journal Addiction, also looked at the impact of other illegal drugs ...

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Cannabis Edibles Expected to Hit Canadian Shelves Mid-December

Cannabis edibles expected to hit Canadian shelves mid-December Edible marijuana samples are set aside for evaluation at Cannalysis, a cannabis testing laboratory, in Santa Ana, Calif., on Aug. 22, 2018. Chris Carlson

Article by Global News The federal government says a “limited selection” of edibles and other next-generation cannabis products will hit retail shelves no earlier than mid-December 2019. Ottawa today released details of the final version of its regulations governing these pot products, including topicals and extracts, and says the rules will come into force on Oct. 17. However, it noted that after ...

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You Could Face a Fine of $250 in Niagara for Vaping, and Smoking Cannabis

You could face a fine of $250 in Niagara for vaping, and smoking cannabis The region plans to add cannabis, vaping to public tobacco ban By Emma Spears A Niagara Region public health committee is supporting an amended bylaw that adds both cannabis smoking and vaping of any substance to a current bylaw applying to tobacco consumption. DAVID MCNEW/AFP/Getty Images

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op Sparking up a blunt by the lake after August 1 might net you a fine of $250 if some local Niagara councils have their way. A Niagara Region public health committee is supporting an amended bylaw that adds both cannabis smoking and vaping of any substance to a current bylaw applying to tobacco consumption. Niagara’s current Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces ...

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Four Charged by OPP After Police Uncover $123K Worth of Drugs in Barrhaven

Four charged after police uncover $123K worth of drugs in Barrhaven Investigators also seized a large quantity of high-end cognac worth $3,900 per bottle and designer purses and watches. about 3 hours ago by: OttawaMatters Staff

Article by OttawaMatters Ontario Provincial Police and Ottawa police officers turned up approximately $123,000 worth of dried cannabis and cannabis concentrates, including hash and edibles, at a home on Oakfield Crescent, leading to the arrest of four people. The search happened on Wednesday, June 12. Investigators also seized a large quantity of high-end cognac worth $3,900 per bottle and designer purses and watches. ...

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Low Levels of THC in Cannabis Don’t Increase Crashes: Study

Low levels of THC in marijuana don't increase crashes: study BY CAMILLE BAINS

Article by Camille Bains, CityNews Smoking marijuana containing low levels of the drug’s main psychoactive ingredient does not increase most drivers’ risk of a crash even though Canada’s impaired-drug laws would penalize them, says the lead investigator of a study that analyzed THC amounts in the blood samples of more than 3,000 people who were injured behind the wheel. Dr. Jeffrey Brubacher, associate professor in the department of ...

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