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Pot Insider Says Dispensaries are ‘Dreaming’ if They Think They’ll Be Part of Legalization Framework

Pot insider says dispensaries are 'dreaming' if they think they'll be part of legalization framework Former provincial chief of staff makes predictions on the legal recreational marijuana industry

Article by CBC News Omar Khan sat down with Matt Galloway on Metro Morning to discuss big questions that have yet to be answered in the federal government’s push to develop a legal framework for recreational marijuana sales by July 2018. Khan is former chief of staff to the Ontario health minister and he now works with the marijuana industry as vice ...

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Hamilton Spectator: Take Cautious Approach With Pot Revolution

Hamilton Spectator: Take Cautious Approach With Pot Revolution

Article by John Roe, Hamilton Spectator Everyone is making a big fuss about July 1 this year, the country’s 150th birthday. But next year’s anniversary will have a far greater impact on the nation than this year’s bash. That’s the day the Trudeau government’s landmark policy to legalize weed comes into effect. July 1, 2018, will mark a sea change ...

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Letters: Canadian Health Care Isn’t Paradise

Letters: Canadian health care isn't paradise

Article by Betsy Clairsse, The Advocate Regarding Dixie McIlwraith’s letter on June 26, I submit a different perspective on the Canadian health care system. I’m an American citizen, but my family lived in both Nova Scotia and Ontario due to my husband’s job. Many Americans have an unrealistic expectation of what “free” health care provides. Vision, dental, mental health, home visit ...

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More Than 1,800 Canadian Scientists Sign Open Letter Urging for More Cannabis Research

More Than 1,800 Canadian Scientists Sign Open Letter Urging for More Cannabis Research

Article by Medical Marijuana Inc. Scientists from all throughout Canada have come together to urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other political figures to prioritize cannabis research. More than 1,800 of the country’s academic and public health researchers have already signed the open letter, which requests that the government make to easier to study the potential medical benefits of cannabis ...

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Are Constitutional Challenges the Future of Canadian Cannabis Litigation?

Are Constitutional Challenges the Future of Canadian Cannabis Litigation?

Article by Randi Druzin, Leafly When Ottawa police raided a handful of marijuana dispensaries in November, they arrested nine people, including a 21-year-old woman who was working behind the counter in one of them. Tessa Giberson was charged with possession of an illegal substance for the purposes of trafficking and possession of proceeds of crime under $5,000. Six months later, ...

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What to do With Your Bud After it is Squished?

What to do with rosin chips? squished bud theca edibles oil

Written by Vision of RastaRoZion, for Dankr.ca. RastaRoZion is a rosin company out of Toronto run by two Rastafarian rosin pressers. RastaRoZion was launched in 2017, bringing affordable, high-end rosin to the Toronto market. With decades of cannabis experience and fine-tuning their pressing skills, RastaRoZion is able to repeatedly product great product. Thank you RastaRoZion for answering these questions. Post ...

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High! Canada Checks in With Miss Dee & The Green Pride Tour

High! Canada Checks in With Miss Dee & The Green Pride Tour

Article by Miz D, High! Canada Driving through certain places in Canada is still somewhat iffy but I didn’t want to delay the GREEN PRIDE TOUR any longer! It’s taken some reenvisioning but I’m finally ready to take flight for the first of many destinations I’ll be visiting over the next several months. And I leave today! I’m so excited ...

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Canna Clinic Raids Turned Up Hundreds of Kilograms of Pot Products, More Than $350K Cash

Canna Clinic raids turned up hundreds of kilograms of pot products, more than $350K cash A total of 80 Canna Clinic employees were arrested, charged and released on scene, police say

Article by CBC News Early morning raids at several Canna Clinic locations in Toronto and Vancouver last week ended with the seizure of 200 kg of marijuana and related products, as well as over $350,000 in cash, Toronto police allege. The raids were carried out last Thursday at 19 locations, 13 of which were in Toronto. Seven of the Toronto raids took place in ...

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UN Drug Office Can’t Find a Single Cannabis Drug Overdose, Despite it Being Most Widely-Consumed Drug on the Planet

UN Drug Office can’t find a single cannabis drug overdose, despite it being most widely-consumed drug on the planet Cannabis is also the world's most widely cultivated drug, the most confiscated and the most likely to land a user in treatment

Article by Polly Washburn, The Cannabist The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has released its 2017 World Drug Report, covering 2015 statistics from around the world. The report finds that cannabis is the most consumed, most widely cultivated and most confiscated drug the office tracks. Despite leading in all of these categories, UNODC reported zero fatal marijuana overdoses ...

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Canna Clinic Marijuana Dispensary Raided Twice in 1 Week, 8 More Employees Charged

Canna Clinic Ossington Dispensary

Article by Adam Miller, Global News. Six days after police executed coordinated search warrants on marijuana dispensaries across Toronto and Vancouver and arrested 80 people, officers raided a Canna Clinic dispensary for the second time and charged eight more employees. Toronto police raided the Canna Clinic dispensary, located at 213 Ossington Ave., Wednesday and seized, 908.12 grams of marijuana oil, ...

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