Two New Walk-In Clinics in Barrie Will Prescribe Medical Cannabis

Two new walk-in clinics in Barrie will prescribe medical marijuana Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn 3 doctors will staff the clinics and will prescribe medical cannabis as well as other medications Nicole Martin CBC Cannabis capsules can be perscribed as part of a medical treatment plan. (Laura Meader/CBC)

Article by Nicole Martin, CBC News Come January, residents in Barrie will have a new way to access medical marijuana. Avail Cannabis Clinics in partnership with Express Aid Pharmacy will open two family style-walk-in clinics, and they’ll be the only clinics to offer medical marijuana prescriptions in the city. Justin Whitehall, the director of Avail Cannabis Clinics, explained how the clinics will work ...

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Here’s What’s Happening with Legal Cannabis Stores in Brampton

Here’s What's Happening with Legal Cannabis Stores in Brampton by Alan Kan

Article by Alan Kan, In Brampton The newly sworn in Brampton City Council have gotten the ground running on perhaps one of the most contentious issues they have to deal with: whether to allow cannabis stores to operate in Canada’s ninth largest city. Selling of recreational cannabis was legalized back on October 17; in Ontario right now online sales are available, ...

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Dear Herb: Can I Legally Share My Medical Cannabis Seeds and Seedlings With a Friend Who Wants to Grow?

Dear Herb: Can I legally share my medical cannabis seeds and seedlings with a friend who wants to grow? Herb dives into the question of gifting from medical growers to recreational growers -- just in time for Christmas An immature cannabis seedling can legally be given from one individual to another. (Mike Deal/Winnipeg Free Press) MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Steven Stairs a local cannabis advocate in his home. Steven has a license to grow medical marijuana for himself.

Article by The Leaf News Dear Herb: A recent article suggested that obtaining starting materials from licensed medical growers by gifting is legal, but is that really the case? Is legal medical cannabis a potential legal source of starting materials for recreational home growers? — Perplexed About Gifting Dear Perplexed: I’ve received this inquiry from a number of people in the past ...

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Legal Cannabis Becomes Truly Canadian With Wiarton’s Curling ‘Bongspiel’

Legal marijuana becomes truly Canadian with Wiarton's curling 'bongspiel' JONATHAN JUHA & ZOE KESSLER, POSTMEDIA NETWORK Ted Ratcliffe, left, of Wiarton and Grant Nicholson of Owen Sound are the convenors of Bongspiel. The sold out event - which combines curling and cannabis - will be held at the Wiarton & District Curling Club Jan. 26. (Zoe Kessler/Postmedia News)

Article by Jonathan Juha and Zoe Kessler, London Free Press If there were ever a sign that marijuana has come in from the cold, this surely is it, what’s believed to be Canada’s first curling “bongspiel.” A Southwestern Ontario club plans a tournament next month combining one of the country’s oldest winter pasttimes, curling, with what’s rapidly becoming a new lifestyle ...

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Cannabis Licence Approval Process Means Shortage Could Drag On

Canadian Lawyer MagLegal FeedsContributorsJennifer Brown Cannabis licence approval process means shortage could drag on A vendor weighs buds for card-carrying medical marijuana patients attending Los Angeles' first-ever cannabis farmer's market at the West Coast Collective medical marijuana dispensary, on the fourth of July, or Independence Day, in Los Angeles, California on July 4, 2014 where organizer's of the 3-day event plan to showcase high quality cannabis from growers and vendors throughout the state. AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

Article by Jennifer Brown, Canadian Lawyer The current cannabis shortage could be stabilized by the spring of 2019, but it could eventually be replaced by a flood of product on the market that will then lead to lower prices and consolidation, say lawyers representing clients in the sector. “It’s moving fairly quickly, and everyone is trying to get product to ...

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Statistics Canada Tracks Cannabis Black Market Since Legalization With City Sewage

Statistics Canada tracks cannabis black market since legalization with city sewage LAKSHMI SADHU

Article by Lakshimi Sadu, Globe and Mail Statistics Canada is using a unique way of tracking the black market in cannabis since legalization: analyzing the sewage of five cities to determine how much pot residents are consuming. The results suggest that between March and August Halifax had the highest rate of consumption per capita, at 1,310 micrograms per week, with Montreal ...

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This is What it Will Cost to Open a Retail Cannabis Store in Ontario

Article by Peter Nolan-Smith, Daily Hive Ontario weed smokers are a patient lot. After sitting through the original run of much delayed post-legalization Ontario Cannabis Store deliveries — Grow’s office order in Toronto took 15 days —  October 17, 2017, came and went with much fanfare. But April 2019 is the deadline the Ford government has set for the introduction of ...

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People On Reddit Admit That They’re Actually Pretty Disappointed In Marijuana Legalization In Canada

Canada People On Reddit Admit That They're Actually Pretty Disappointed In Marijuana Legalization In Canada Things smell different, at least. @Photo 118418795 © Dmitry Tishchenko - Michelle Cadieux

Article by Michelle Cadieux, MTL Blog It’s been a little over six weeks now since cannabis became legal in Canada. The first day of legalization was highly succesuful. In Quebec, for example, the SQDC proccessed 42,500 transactions in store and online in just a single day. As a result, legalization has made one thing abundantly clear:Canadians love weed. So much so that many legal cannabis vendors across ...

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Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Chooses Strainprint™ Technologies for its 2018 Capstone Course Study

Toronto's Rotman School of Management Chooses Strainprint™ Technologies for its 2018 Capstone Course Study

Article by Strainprint Technologies Ltd., Newswire  Strainprint™ Technologies Ltd, the leader in cannabis data and analytics is pleased to announce that the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management has chosen Strainprint as one of the subjects of its 2018 Capstone case study. The Rotman Capstone Case study is a requirement for all full-time graduate MBA students. It is a case-based problem solving course ...

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