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The Results Are In: People in Ontario Want to Smoke Their Own High-Potency Joints While Munching Chocolate Edibles

NEWS The results are in: People in Ontario want to smoke their own high-potency joints while munching chocolate edibles New Ontario Cannabis Store survey shows that customers are big on high-THC options By Angela Stelmakowich In all, 39 per cent of participants indicated rolling a joint was the way to go. / Photo: agafapaperiapunta / iStock / Getty Images Plus

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op More than a third of cannabis customers prefer to roll a joint when they smoke. And no matter how they use marijuana, products with “very strong” THC are the most popular choice. So say the results of Ontario Cannabis Store’s first customer preferences survey conducted from Mar. 30 to Apr. 10. Results were based on a ...

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Why is Pink Kush Such a Big Deal in Canada?

CanadaStrains & products Why is Pink Kush such a big deal in Canada? Colleen Fisher Tully Pink Kush is all the rage in Canada, but nearly unheard of in the US. How'd that happen? (Leafly photo) Pink Kush: it smells good, looks good, burns good—and, according to Leafly reviewers, it feels oh so good.

Article by Colleen Fisher Tully, Leafly News Pink Kush: it smells good, looks good, burns good—and, according to Leafly reviewers, it feels oh so good. Grown and produced right across the country, this well-known strain is a huge hit in Canada and the second-most searched for strain among Canadian readers, right after Blue Dream. But surprisingly, the Pink Kush love isn’t felt as ...

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Cannabis Canada: Legal Pot Sales Total Nearly $150M in February, StatsCan Says

MARIJUANA 15h ago Cannabis Canada: Legal pot sales total nearly $150M in February, StatsCan says BNN Bloomberg People look at cannabis on display inside Spiritleaf, the first cannabis store in Kingston, Ont., on Monday, April 1, 2019. , Lars Hagberg

Article by BNN Bloomberg Canada pot market on track to hit $1.9B in sales, according to February retail figures  Canadians spent nearly $150 million on cannabis in February, down slightly from the prior month, according to Statistics Canada. StatsCan said $149.9 million of legal pot was bought in February, down 2.7 per cent from January. On a daily basis, Canadians bought $5.16 million of pot in February, up from the ...

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Plans For Pot Shops In Owen Sound, Southampton

Plans For Pot Shops In Owen Sound, Southampton Grey Bruce | by Matt Hermiz Applications submitted to AGCO for two marjiuana stores in Owen Sound, one in Southampton.

Article by Matt Hermiz, Bayshore Broadcasting It looks like Grey Bruce will finally have its first legal cannabis shops open this year. Applications have been submitted to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for three marijuana shops in Owen Sound and Southampton. According to the AGCO’s online database detailing the status of cannabis retail stores in Ontario, there are ...

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Three More Pot Stores Proposed For Windsor

Local News Three more pot stores proposed for Windsor Author of the article: Brian Cross (File photo/Postmedia Network)

Article by Brian Cross, Windsor Star Three more applications have rolled in to open cannabis stores in the city, bringing to nine the total number of stores proposed so far for Windsor and Essex County. The latest Windsor locations are all called the We Store, proposed for commercial locations at 1565 Wyandotte St. E., 6038 Tecumseh Rd. E. and 1800 ...

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Seth Rogen’s Fix For Pandemic Isolation? Smoke ‘Ungodly’ Amounts of Weed

NEWS Seth Rogen’s fix for pandemic isolation? Smoke 'ungodly' amounts of weed Pot, pottery and preparedness in the time of COVID-19 By Angela Stelmakowich Screen shot from recent teleconference. / Photo: Youtube, Jimmy Kimmel Live FILE: “Houseplant is a passion we’ve brought to life through drive and dedication,” Seth Rogen, co-founder of Houseplant, said in a press release announcing the new brand. / Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Netflix Screen shot from recent teleconference. / Photo: Youtube, Jimmy Kimmel Live / Photo: Youtube, Jimmy Kimmel Live

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op Seth Rogen thinks he might just be built for weathering the shelter-in-place order adopted in California, perhaps in large part thanks to pot and pottery. “We are not all in this together, because this has not been that bad for me,” he recently told the host of Jimmy Kimmel Live, laughing. “I am built for this. I’ve kind ...

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Chatham-Kent Cannabis Shop Proposals in Limbo During Pandemic

Cannabis shop proposals in limbo during pandemic Tom MorrisonTom Morrison Cannabis production at Canopy Growth Corp. in Smith's Falls Wednesday Oct 16, 2019. Tony Caldwell SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT Chatham-Kent was left out of the initial roll out of cannabis retail shops, but now four applicants awaiting approval once restrictions due to COVID-19 are lifted. While existing cannabis stores can offer curbside pickup or delivery, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission is not allowing new stores to open at the moment.

Article by Tom Morrison, Chatham This Week Chatham-Kent was left out of the initial roll out of cannabis retail shops, but now four applicants awaiting approval once restrictions due to COVID-19 are lifted. While existing cannabis stores can offer curbside pickup or delivery, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission is not allowing new stores to open at the moment. Don Tetrault ...

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Two Owen Sound Stores With Cannabis Retail Applications Before AGCO

Two Owen Sound stores with cannabis retail applications before AGCO The Sun TimesThe Sun Times Postmedia photo

Article by Owen Sound Sun Times Two applications to operate retail cannabis stores in Owen Sound are currently before the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. While the Capturing Eden location at 973 2nd Ave. W. is currently in the AGCO’s 15-day public notice phase, a store called Cannabis Grey Bruce at 236 8th St. E. has moved through the public notice ...

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Brantford Objects to Two Proposed Cannabis Stores

City objects to two proposed cannabis stores Michelle Ruby Michelle Ruby Cannabis LEON NEAL / GETTY

Article by Michelle Ruby, Brantford Expositor The city has filed objections to two of four applications that have been made for proposed cannabis retail stores in Brantford. There are currently no legal pot stores operating in the city. According to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, two applications are “undergoing public notice,” which means the public can make objections ...

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CBD May Be a Good Option for Treating Pro Athletes’ Traumatic Brain Injuries, Advocates Say

CBD may be a good option for treating pro athletes’ traumatic brain injuries, advocates say Former NHL player Riley Cote is among those who say cannabidiol should be used by pro hockey players Some advocates of CBD say it could be an option for treating traumatic brain injuries. COURTESY MEDICAL NEWS TODAY BY NICK LIA

Article by Nick Lia, Toronto Observer Advocates of cannabidiol (CBD) say it could have medical benefits for professional athletes like hockey players, particularly as an increased number of predatory hits in the NHL this season is reigniting concerns about players experiencing traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Riley Cote, a former NHL player who dressed in 156 games over four seasons, is one of them. ...

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