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Eat Your Green – Mac and Cheese Review

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Written by Toronto Toker for Dankr.ca. Eat Your Green Overview: Eat Your Green started their company in April 2018 to give patients a way to easily infusing their cannabis into food. On their website they have the steps laid out for you to follow for a successful infusion at home with your products, as no cannabis is included. Accessing Eat Your ...

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Ontario’s Online Weed Store Will Ship With Canada Post With a $5 Delivery Fee

Ontario's online weed store will ship with Canada Post with a $5 delivery fee Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Email Online store will use Canada Post to send pot to customers in plain packaging Andrew Lupton · CBC News In advance of legalization, the Ontario Cannabis Store's website has launched with basic information about cannabis. (Ontario Cannabis Store)

Article by Andrew Lupton, CBC News Starting a week today, people in Ontario will be able to legally buy marijuana at a government-run online store, with the product delivered to customers for a $5 delivery fee using Canada Post. Officials with the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) held a technical briefing with reporters today, less than a week before recreational cannabis use becomes legal in ...

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How to Buy Pot in Ontario: A Consumer’s Guide to Purchasing and Using Legal Cannabis

How to Buy Pot in Ontario: A Consumer's Guide to Purchasing and Using Legal Cannabis This is what the Ontario Cannabis Store website will look like. DAVID LOBO / OTTWP

Article by Jacquie Miller, Ottawa Citizen In less than a week, Canadians will be able to buy weed legally. That’s about the only certainty as the country ends a century of prohibition against pot. Will the pot-starved or curious come out by the millions to purchase their first legal joint? Or will legalization day be anticlimactic, considering anyone who wants ...

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Opinion: How Ontario Can Overcome Its Expected Weed Shortage

Opinion: How Ontario can overcome its expected weed shortage Rigid rules, lagging licensing may hinder legal Toronto toking By Madeleine Kelly JENNIFER SU/THE VARSITY

Article by Madeleine Kelly, The Varsity With cannabis legalization set for October 17, Ontarians over the age of 19 will soon be able to purchase cannabis online for recreational use through the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS). However, you’ll want to submit your order early, because industry leaders and researchers alike are predicting that a product shortage will occur within the first ...

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Canadian Weed Workers Should Be Able to Enter U.S., Says Border Agency

Canadian weed workers should be able to enter U.S., says border agency But new statement from U.S. Customs and Border Protection still leaves big questions, says lawyer By: Solomon Israel Cannabis is still illegal under U.S. federal law, which applies at the country's international borders. (Ben Nelms for The Winnipeg Free Press) BLAINE, WASHINGTON .: AUGUST 28, 2018 -- U.S Port of Entry at the Peace Arch Border Crossing on August 28, 2018. (BEN NELMS for Winnipeg Free Press)

Article by Solomon Israel, The Leaf News Canadians who work in Canada’s legal cannabis industry shouldn’t have trouble crossing the U.S. border, according to a new, clarified statement from U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The federal agency’s statement was updated on Tuesday, following almost a month of confusion over whether Canadian marijuana workers will be allowed to visit their neighbour to the ...

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How to Buy Legal Pot on October 17

How to buy legal pot on Oct. 17 Canadian Press A worker scans a package of cannabis products at the Ontario Cannabis Store distribution centre in an undated handout photo. /HO-Ontario Cannabis Store)

Article by Toronto Sun When recreational cannabis is legalized on Oct. 17, the only legal retailer in Ontario will be the government-run Ontario Cannabis Store through its online website OCS.ca. The site will be up and running at 12:01 a.m. ET on Wednesday, and consumers will be able access it from computers and mobile devices. The products offered for sale ...

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CANNABIS MASTER LIST: What Ontario Says You Can and Can’t Do With Marijuana After Oct. 17

CANNABIS MASTER LIST: What Ontario says you can and can’t do with marijuana after Oct. 17 NEWS Oct 10, 2018 by Chris Halliday Orangeville Banner The government has introduced legislation that, if passed, would help the province move forward with a regulated private retail model for cannabis that would launch by April 1, 2019. - Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

Article by Chris Halliday, Orangeville Banner When cannabis is legalized on Oct. 17, Ontario will have laws in place about how, where and who can buy and possess marijuana in the province. The government has introduced legislation that, if passed, would help the province move forward with a regulated private retail model for cannabis that would launch by April 1, 2019. ...

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High! Canada Review: Big Dan The Munchies Man’s Nutella Filled Chocolate Cookie

High! Canada Review: Big Dan The Munchies Man's Nutella Filled Chocolate Cookie

Article by High! Canada This issue we reviewed Big Dan the Munchies Man’s Nutella filled chocolate cookie. Big Dan the Munchies Man is a small craft cannabis edible company based in Ontario. This company was started in the summer of 2018 and has been at a number of local markets. Their products are handmade, incorporating high-quality ingredients and cannabis to ...

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Press Pillay Brings Communications Week To Canada

Press Pillay Brings Communications Week To Canada Following the news of Toronto’s tech boom, the first industry event of its kind arrives in the 6ix

Press Release by Press Pillay Toronto-based agency Press Pillay is bringing Communications Week to Canada later this year on October 18 in a one-day event to celebrate the PR, media and communications industries. Communications Week is a conference conceptualized by Kite Hill PR in 2014 and has taken place in New York every year since. This year, for Communications Week’s ...

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