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Kenhteke Cannabis Association Delivers Statement To OPP

Kenhteke Cannabis Association Delivers Statement To OPP. Runners from the Kenhteke Cannabis Association deliver a statement to OPP officer Simon Owen on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory on Tuesday morning

Article by Real Peoples Media Runners on behalf of a newly formed group of cannabis providers delivered a strong and clear message to the Tyendinaga OPP on Tuesday morning. Their message came in response to a statement made by Police Chief Ron Maracle who claimed he would initiate “pro-active policing” to shut down cannabis dispensaries on the Territory. Pauline Maracle, Clint Brant, ...

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City of Penticton Staff Recommend Prohibition of Marijuana Dispensaries

City of Penticton staff recommend prohibition of marijuana dispensaries Instead, staff recommend two of them fall into compliance as a wellness centre

Article by Kristi Patton, Kelowna Capital News Staff at city hall are recommending the City of Penticton prohibit marijuana dispensaries and instead recommend two of them fall into compliance as a wellness centre. Council had deferred their decision on the extension of temporary use permits for cannabis dispensaries at their meeting on July 4 after councillors voted down a motion ...

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Legalizing Marijuana To Generate Revenue For The Province “Just Wrong” Says Finance Minister

Legalizing Marijuana To Generate Revenue For The Province "Just Wrong" Says Finance Minister

Article by Steven Sukkau and Dantin Reimer, Pembina Valley Online The Finance Minister of Manitoba says legalizing recreational marijuana to generate revenue is short-sighted. Cameron Friesen recently returned from the Federal Finance Ministers meeting in Ottawa where the discussion around cannabis legalization “seemed to start and end” around the idea of potential revenue. “I think that’s just wrong,” said Cameron ...

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Halifax Researchers Want Medical And Recreational Marijuana Kept Separate

Halifax researchers want medical and recreational marijuana kept separate A pair of Dalhousie University researchers are lending their voices in opposition of the Canadian Medical Association's recommendation favouring a single stream Elizabeth Cairns, left, and Dr. Melanie Kelly pose for a photo inside a laboratory at Dalhousie University on Monday Elizabeth Cairns, left, and Dr. Melanie Kelly pose for a photo inside a labratory at Dalhousie University on Monday. Uploaded by: Croucher, Philip

Article by Kashmala Fida, Metro Halifax Dalhousie researchers are lending their voices to the debate on keeping the medical and recreational streams of marijuana separate. The Task Force on Cannabis Legalisation and Regulation published recommendations in a framework for legalization of cannabis in Canada in 2016. It stated recreational marijuana be accessed separately from medical marijuana. The Canadian Medical Association ...

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Why A Legal Toking Age of 21 Would Be Hypocritical

Why a legal toking age of 21 would be hypocritical If political leaders are really worried about the development of young brains, they’ll bump up the drinking age, too

Article by Jason Markusoff, MacLean’s Magazine It’s a disturbing thought that doctors and public health advocates have planted in politicians’ fully developed brains—that regular marijuana use by people under 25 has particular harms because, until that age, humans’ prefontral cortex is still maturing. Citing this, the Canadian Medical Association led the way in calling for a legal cannabis-consumption age of 21. But the ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: July 17 – July 23, 2017

Toronto Cannabis Events Dankr Crowd

Toronto is an amazing city for cannabis with so many diverse events going on. Here is a list of the events going on this upcoming week and weekend: Monday July 17, 2017: Ganja Pranayama (All Levels) When: 5:00pm-6:30pm Where: The House of Yoga (714 Bloor St W, Toronto) Price: $30/class, 5 classes for $125 All Levels Ganja Yoga When: 7:30pm-9:00pm Where: The House of Yoga ...

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Manitoba Premier Wants Feds to Delay Legalizing Pot

Premier wants feds to delay legalizing pot. Premier Brian Pallister tells reporters in Winnipeg on Friday, July 14, 2017 that the federal government's timeline to legalize marijuana is far too short and Manitoba currently risks a scenario where legal sales must compete with the illegal drug market

Article by Joyanne Pursaga, Winnipeg Sun Manitoba’s premier believes legal pot sellers will be forced to compete with gangs and lack a sufficient supply of the drug to do so. Premier Brian Pallister he expects the “unrealistic” federal timeline that mandates pot sales be legalized by July 2018 will lead to direct competition between legal and illegal sellers. He plans ...

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Where You Can Smoke Cigarettes, You’ll Be Able To Smoke Weed, Ontario’s Attorney General Says

Where you can smoke cigarettes, you'll be able to smoke weed, Ontario's attorney general says Ottawa's timeline for legalizing pot by next July 'will be challenging,' Yasir Naqvi tells Metro Morning

Article by Ali Chiasson, CBC News While a lot still has to be hammered out before marijuana becomes legal in Canada, the Ontario government has already decided where people will be able to toke legally, according to the province’s attorney general. In an interview Friday on CBC’s Metro Morning, Yasir Naqvi said cannabis has been written into the Smoke-Free Ontario Act. “So the same restrictions that apply to smoking ...

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