Ex-Hells Angel sues Ottawa cops over medical marijuana bust

Written by Gary Dimmock for Ottawa Citizen. A former Hells Angel is suing Ottawa police for false arrest, alleging he was charged with illegally possessing weed even after he showed officers a medical marijuana licence issued by Health Canada for treatment of his post-traumatic stress disorder. In a statement of claim filed in Ottawa court, Michael Clairoux says he injured himself when he fell ...

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Municipalities in Ontario & BC prepare for marijuana legalization

Written by David Brown for Lift. As the federal government’s Task Force on Marijuana Legalization and Regulation meets with stakeholders across the country and processes input from the general public, many municipalities are taking their own proactive approach to preparing for legal marijuana. While cities like Vancouver and Victoria and several small towns in BC have begun establishing or at least looking at ways to regulate retail dispensaries and compassion ...

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Ottawa officials say licensing marijuana is a Health Canada responsibility

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Written by Jacquie Miller for Ottawa Sun. Ottawa police say they have been monitoring the dispensaries since the first one opened in November 2015. They don’t reveal details of “ongoing investigations.” At city hall, bylaw officials have been given the head-scratching task of figuring out whether or how to regulate dispensaries. There’s no zoning category for the illegal businesses. And ...

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Danforth Compassion Clinic Busted?

Written by Dankr staff. It appears that Barc’s Budz – Danforth Compassion Clinic was raided by police on August 3rd. Patients took to Reddit to discuss and update individuals on the situation. The Reddit conversation can be read here. No news teams have reported on the raid so far. Danforth Compassion Clinic has not confirmed the raid, but posted “Gotta ...

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A Taste of His Own Medicine for Langley Marijuana Advocate

Written by Dan Ferguson for Langley Times. At first, he thought it was a shoulder injury. When the pain in his left shoulder started, Randy Caine thought his days working in construction had caught up with him. “I thought I had a rotator cuff injury.” Then, in June of last year, Caine noticed a lump on his neck It was ...

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Why Remembering the Grasstown Riot is Important

Written by David Malmo-Levine for Cannabis Culture. The Gastown Riot – or Grasstown Riot – of August 7, 1971, was the first major battle for drug peace in Canada. There were earlier “smoke-ins”, to be sure, but this was the first confrontation between protesters and police. Despite the brutality of the police, they lost this battle.  Today, we as a ...

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Marijuana Victims’ Association: Is Marijuana the new Thalidomide

Written by Pamela McColl for Canadian Business Journal. Phocomelia (limb malformation) has been shown in testing* of THC marijuana in a similar preclinical model to that which revealed the teratogenicity of thalidomide. The federal government is aware of serious marijuana harms; it must not be complicit in risking Canadian health, but must mitigate by placing marijuana products under a protective ...

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Green Wagon Medical set to open again

Green Wagon

Written by Dankr Staff. Green Wagon Medical has decided to re-open their doors Saturday, August 6th, 2016. Green Wagon has reached out to all of their patient, notifying them of the re-opening and urging patients to bring in confirmation of diagnosis or MMAR/MMPR. Green Wagon Medical’s hours will be from 2pm to 10pm, starting August 6th. If you have any questions, ...

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Vape Lounge owner wants to teach people how to grow pot

Written by Stacey Janzer for CBC News. A new class designed to teach people how to grow marijuana is expected to create a lot of buzz in Windsor, Ont. Leo Lucier plans to start the classes later this month at his downtown cannabis vaping lounge, which already provides a space for medical marijuana users to consume their pot. Launching what he calls the ...

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If You Want to Get Paid to Smoke Pot, Talk to the VA

Written by Mike Fitzgerald for Belleville News-Democrat. Are you a military veteran? Do you have post-traumatic stress disorder? Do you enjoy smoking cannabis? If you can answer yes to all three questions, then you might want to talk to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, according to Military Times. VA researchers in Maryland and Arizona are looking for veteran volunteers ...

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