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Supply Constraints Could Mean No More Cannabis Stores Licences For Up To 18 Months: Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis

Supply constraints could mean no more cannabis stores licences for up to 18 months: AGLC BILL KAUFMANN A northwest Calgary storefront location of NewLeaf Cannabis. AL CHAREST / POSTMEDIA

Article by Bill Kaufmann, Calgary Herald It could be as long as 18 months before more Alberta cannabis stores licences are issued due to uncertainties in the legal cannabis supply, says the provincial regulator. While Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis is hoping more permits will be granted well before that, it’s a possibility it could take that long before the ...

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From Homegrown Medicinal to Marijuana Grow-Op: Thousands of Canadians Are Legally Allowed to Cultivate Their Own Medical Cannabis, But at What Point Does it Become Potentially Illegal?

From homegrown medicinal to marijuana grow-op Thousands of Canadians are legally allowed to cultivate their own medical cannabis, but at what point does it become potentially illegal? By Marijuana plants grow at LifeLine Labs in Cottage Grove, Minn.in a June 17, 2015 file photo. The Prince Edward Island government is going to allow up to four cannabis plants per home and consumption in designated areas. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Jim Mone

Article by Solomon Israel, Leaf News This past summer, a retired police officer and his wife started noticing a funny scent in the backyard of their home in the Maples neighbourhood of Winnipeg. Sometimes, they could smell it from their bedroom. The house next door had been sold in 2017, but the man had never met the new neighbours. Now, ...

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Raids on Illegal London Cannabis Shops Decried as Waste of Money

Raids on illegal London pot shops decried as waste of money Despite tough new laws targeting illegal marijuana sellers, a pot shop busted in London's first police raid since Canada legalized cannabis was back in business on Friday — only one day later — and another that had unexpectedly closed was open again. DALE CARRUTHERS Const. Jon Dechene stands guard outside the London Relief Centre, an illegal marijuana dispensary on Richmond Street, after London police and the OPP raided the downtown shop Thursday. (DALE CARRUTHERS/The London Free Press)

Article by Dale Carruthers, London Free Press Despite tough new laws targeting illegal marijuana sellers, a pot shop busted in London’s first police raid since Canada legalized cannabis was back in business on Friday — only one day later — and another that had unexpectedly closed was open again. Such whack-a-mole-style battles between police and illegal sellers were common across Canada before ...

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Mouldy Ontario Cannabis Recall Extended to British Columbia

Mouldy Ontario pot recall extended to B.C. By Simon Little Reddit user n1shh posted this photo of apparently mouldy cannabis purchased from RedeCan last week.

Article by Simon Little, Global News A voluntary pot recall related to a batch of cannabis sold through the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) has now been extended to B.C. B.C.’s Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) says the cannabis comes from RedeCan Pharm, an Ontario cannabis producer that recalled more than 900 ounces of product from the OCS last Friday, following multiple customer complaints ...

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Ontario Man Facing $395 in Fines For “Illegal” Cannabis in Car

ONTARIO MAN FACING $395 IN FINES FOR “ILLEGAL” CANNABIS IN CAR MIKE O

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network Cannabis may be legal, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into trouble over it anymore- take this unlucky man from Ontario, who’s facing several cannabis-related fines. What were his crimes? The 26 year-old is facing two fines for “driving a vehicle with cannabis readily available” AND “unlawfully purchasing cannabis”, according to Global News. ...

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Six Nations Draft Cannabis Law Sets Minimum Age At 21

Six Nations draft cannabis law sets minimum age at 21 Minimum was suggested to protect young people on Canada’s most populous First Nation, Chief Ava Hill says NEWS 07:10 PM by Teviah Moro The Hamilton Spectator Six Nations Chief Ava Hill - Barry Gray , The Hamilton Spectator

Article by Teviah Moro, The Hamilton Spectator The Six Nations Nations elected-band council is proposing a minimum age of 21 to use, grow, distribute and sell recreational marijuana in its territory. That’s older than Ontario’s threshold of 19 for pot in Canada’s new legalized landscape. The proposed age limit is in draft cannabis regulations the most populous First Nation in ...

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Agrima Botanicals Update: Health Canada Delays Liscense Revocation

AGRIMA BOTANICALS UPDATE: HEALTH CANADA DELAYS LICENSE REVOCATION MIKE O

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network Is Agrima Botanical’s luck turning around? CLN previously reported on the Ascent-owned licensed producer’s troubles as it faced the possibility of being the first LP to lose its license, but on Nov. 26 it was announced that Health Canada has granted Agrima “additional time to be heard under the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations with respect to the suspension ...

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London Police Resume Raids on Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries

London police resume raids on illegal marijuana dispensaries More than a month after ignoring an offer from the province to close their doors and go legitimate, London's illegal pot shops were targeted in an OPP-led crackdown Thursday. DALE CARRUTHERS London police Const. Iain Downes leaves Healing Health, an illegal marijuana dispensary on Wonderland Road, after London police and the OPP raided the business on Thursday. (DALE CARRUTHERS, The London Free Press) Const. Jon Dechene stands outside the London Relief Centre, an illegal marijuana dispensary on Richmond Street, after London police and the OPP raided the downtown shop on Thursda. (DALE CARRUTHERS, The London Free Press)

Article by Dale Carruthers, London Free Press More than a month after ignoring an offer from the province to close their doors and go legitimate, London’s illegal pot shops were targeted in an OPP-led crackdown Thursday. . The OPP and London police launched co-ordinated raids on at least two London marijuana dispensaries shortly before 11:30 a.m. . Undercover officers swooped ...

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Investors May Be Gambling Too Much On Cannabis Stocks Without Appreciating The Risks: Ontario Securities Commission

Investors may be gambling too much on cannabis stocks without appreciating the risks: Ontario Securities Commission MIKE HAGER

Article by Mike Hager, Globe and Mail Ontario’s securities watchdog says one in 14 Canadians own cannabis investments, but too many of those investors may be putting too much of their money into these stocks without appreciating the risks posed by the trendy – and volatile – sector. . A national survey published on Wednesday by the Ontario Securities Commission ...

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