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EDIBLES REVIEW: Canna Chocolatier Cookies & Cream

EDIBLES REVIEW: Canna Chocolatier Cookies & CreamGideon Bentata ByGideon BentataPosted on September 27, 2017

Article by Gideon Bentata, Skunk/Dankr.ca ANYONE FREQUENTING the Toronto cannabis pop-up markets is sure to have come across the Canna Chocolatier or at least some of his tasty chocolates. Noticing more and more social media posts popping up in various accounts admiring his work, I wouldn’t be surprised if you already saw his chocolate online in your feed. I first came ...

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To Serve and Protect, Not for Durham Regional Police

To Serve and Protect, Not for Durham Regional Police. At one point Phil Edgar was recognized for his work "cleaning the streets", confiscating $530,000 worth of marijuana over 7 stops. This may seem regular for a cop, maybe not the amount seized, but the line of work sure is. Unless of course there may be some conflicts of interest in the ordeal. Marijuana Legalization Helps Tackle Opioid Abuse Insys Therapeutics Gains Patent for Synthetic Marijuana After Lobbying Against Legalization Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis Possession in Atlanta Moves Forward

Article by Herb Approach It looks like the Durham Regional Police have been using the system to their benefit. In a perfect world, we trust those that are put in positions to keep us safe. The power and responsibility that comes with being  a police officer isn’t small by any measure. Unfortunately, Durham Police Officers are taking advantage of what they’ve been asked to protect. ...

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Canada’s Plan to Be the World Leader in Legal Weed: Video

Canada’s Plan to Be the World Leader in Legal Weed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is rushing to legalize recreational marijuana, which is already big business in Canada. By Brett Popplewell

Article by Brett Popplewell, Bloomberg Amid the scarred tracts of Alberta’s struggling oil region, an industry is taking shape that could give this part of western Canada an economy that’s a bit more green. Inside the perimeter of Edmonton International Airport, an 800,000-square-foot greenhouse—the size of 16 football fields—is being built. When it’s finished later this year, it will be ...

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Vancouver’s Marijuana Dispensaries in Limbo Until 2018

Vancouver’s marijuana dispensaries in limbo until 2018. Marijuana is weighed at a dispensary in Vancouver. JONATHAN HAYWARD/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Article by Frances Bula, Globe and  Mail The City of Vancouver has applied for injunctions to stop 53 marijuana dispensaries from operating without a business licence, but no one expects any of them to be shut down any time soon. That’s because the case won’t be heard until September, 2018, with the lawyers for the dispensaries saying they will be ...

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Hamilton Councillors Won’t Meet With Marijuana Dispensary Owners – Yet

Hamilton councillors won't meet with marijuana dispensary owners - yet Council also voted to ask the province to be tougher on ArcelorMittal Dofasco when it comes to air pollution Updated Samantha Craggs · CBC News. Hamilton city council will discuss industrial emissions, tiny houses and marijuana dispensaries (again). (Terry Asma/CBC)

Article by Samantha Craggs, CBC News Hamilton city council has put off trying to assemble a meeting with the city’s numerous marijuana dispensaries. For now. Councillor was due to debate Wednesday night whether to try to call the owners of Hamilton’s more than 15 illegal marijuana dispensaries together. Then Jason Farr, Ward 2 councillor, tabled it. The goal, said Farr, is ...

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Canada’s Largest Cannabis Producer Moves Into B.C. Greenhouses

Canada’s Largest Cannabis Producer Moves Into B.C. Greenhouses By Miranda Nelson

Article by Miranda Nelson, Cannabis Culture Canada’s biggest licensed cannabis producer is coming to British Columbia. Ontario’s Canopy Growth Corporation has announced a new definitive joint venture agreement with an unnamed greenhouse operator in B.C. In an October 11 press release, Canopy Growth committed $20 million to the new company, BC Tweed Joint Venture Inc., in order to convert 1.3 million ...

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Saskatoon Anti-Pot Petition Sponsored By Brad Trost Nets Almost 13,000 Signatures

Anti-pot petition sponsored by Brad Trost nets almost 13,000 signatures Alex MacPherson, Saskatoon StarPhoenixALEX MACPHERSON, SASKATOON STARPHOENIX

Article by Alex MacPherson, Saskatoon StarPhoenix Almost 13,000 people have signed a petition sponsored by Saskatoon–University MP Brad Trost calling on Canadian lawmakers to revoke legislation that is expected to legalize the use and possession of recreational marijuana next summer. Presented to the House of Commons late last month, the petition describes cannabis as “a substance with very little benefit ...

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Toronto Ganja School Teaches You Everything You Wanted to Know About Growing Pot

Ganja School teaches you everything you wanted to know about growing pot 'It's a little bit more than putting a seed in the soil,' instructor Ashley Athill says CBC News. Ganja School at Kensington Market’s Hotbox Homegrown will teach you everything about growing cannabis for a price. (CBC News) Owner of Hotbox Homegrown Abi Roach is the coordinator of Ganja School. (CBC News) Ashley Athill will be teaching the Cannabis Starter Course at Hotbox Homegrown's Ganja School (CBC News)

Article by CBC News With marijuana legalization right around the corner, some cannabis entrepreneurs have already jumped at the opportunity to teach others how to grow their own pot for a price. “I know there’s universities and colleges picking up commercial farming, but when it comes to a little course for homegrowing, this is it,” cannabis activist and entrepreneur Abi ...

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Ottawa Budtenders Charged During Dispensary Raids Abandoned by Employers

OTTAWA BUDTENDERS CHARGED DURING DISPENSARY RAIDS ABANDONED BY EMPLOYERS

Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network On Nov. 4th, 2016, Ottawa Police raided 6 dispensaries and arrested 9 frontline employees (also known as budtenders). All 9 budtenders have been charged and to make matters even worse, their employers have abandoned them- that means no lawyer, no legal fees, nothing. The cannabis community is famous for coming together and helping ...

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