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Policing Cannabis an Issue in West Lincoln

Home / News / Cannabis And You / Policing Cannabis An Issue In West... Policing cannabis an issue in West Lincoln NRPS are lobbying Health Canada for more inspectors to check licences NEWS 05:00 AM BY BETH AUDET GRIMSBY LINCOLN NEWS

Article by Beth Audet, Grimsby Lincoln News via Penalizing improper usage of a personal cannabis licence may prove too challenging in West Lincoln. “Law enforcement is on the outside looking in,” Niagara Regional Police Service 8 District Staff Sergeant Rom DiEgidio told council members when he and Chief of Police Bryan MacCulloch recently presented at committee. It is extremely ...

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Cannabis Producers Implore Ontario to Open More Stores

Ottawa Pot producers implore Ontario to open more stores Social Sharing Just 24 legal retailers open in Ontario compared to 324 in Alberta Amanda Pfeffer · CBC News A 'budtender' helps a customer shop for cannabis on the first morning of opening at Toronto's Hunny Pot, one of the retail stores licensed to sell cannabis in Ontario, on April 1, 2019. (Chris Young)

Article by Amanda Pfeffer, CBC News Canadian cannabis producers are stepping up pressure on the Ford government to speed up the distribution of retail licences in Ontario as poor sales continue to dog the industry. “Our ability to continue to invest and sustain the jobs that we have created is being severely challenged by the province’s current retail cannabis policy framework,” states ...

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Black Ash Headaches


Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network The quality of your buds may not be conclusively and simply determined from clean white ash. And yet, cannabis consumers “know” good weed never burns black. Dark ash seems to be a more apt description than the simple white burn. In fact, the black ash headache effect is in itself infamous among consumers. Degraded headaches Good ...

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B.C.’s Cannabis Culture Stuck in a Limbo as Regulations Hinder Canna-Tourism Potential

COMMUNITIES B.C.'s cannabis culture stuck in a limbo as regulations hinder canna-tourism potential Continued prohibition on legal consumption spaces is hindering the hopes of wannabe pot entrepreneurs By Emma Spears A Canadian fan wears an umbrella hat in front of a Cannabis flag in Vancouver during the Winter Olympics on February 25, 2010. MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op Canna-tourism was anticipated as an exciting and lucrative form of business before legalization came into force in October 2018. But the continued prohibition on legal consumption spaces is hindering the hopes of wannabe cannabis entrepreneurs from entering the canna-tourism oeuvre — and seriously harshing the mellow of international tourists hoping for a comfortable place to enjoy ...

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Ottawa: Cannabis Store Proposed for Barrhaven is Part of a New Chain Called One Plant

Cannabis store proposed for Barrhaven is part of a new chain called One Plant JACQUIE MILLER The three units in-between Tutti Frutti restaurant and The House of Cheese & Deli at Trinity Common at Citigate complex, located at 4335 Strandherd Avenue will be a new marijuana store. The three units total about 6,000 square feet says one nearby proprietor, so the new store could be quite large. Julie Oliver/Postmedia JULIE OLIVER / POSTMEDIA The cannabis store proposed for a mall on Strandherd Drive in Barrhaven is part of a new retail chain arriving in Ontario called One Plant.

Article by Jacquie Miller, Ottawa Citizen The cannabis store proposed for a mall on Strandherd Drive in Barrhaven is part of a new retail chain arriving in Ontario called One Plant. One Plant was created as a joint venture between cannabis company Aleafia Health Inc. and the Serruya family, who are best known for creating the Yogen Früz yogurt outlets. ...

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No News on Sault Ste. Marie Cannabis Store

No news on local cannabis store Many cannabis stores, including the one proposed for Sault Ste. Marie, remains tied up until court action wraps up. Elaine Della-MattiaElaine Della-Mattia

Article by Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Sault Ste. Marie’s cannabis store remains in a hold mode as the dispute over the province’s licencing lottery system continues to weave its ways through the judicial system. To date, the City of Sault Ste. Marie has not received any additional information pertaining to the cannabis legislation, or the potential store, said Tessa Vecchio. ...

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Regulators Ready to Crack Down on Conflicts of Interest in Cannabis Sector

Regulators ready to crack down on conflicts of interest in cannabis sector Crypto-currency and blockchain could be next Canadian securities regulators are preparing to enforce stricter guidelines for the cannabis industry. Getty Images Barbara Shecter

Article by Barbara Shecter, Financial Post Canadian securities regulators are preparing to enforce stricter guidelines for the cannabis industry after finding a series of inadequacies in the way companies disclose conflicts of interest, particularly when it comes to cross-ownership in mergers and acquisitions. In some cases, regulators discovered that the buyer or seller in an M&A transaction — or an executive ...

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Mississauga Council to Reconsider Retail Pot After Mayor ‘Startled’ By Illegal Cannabis Outlets in City

Mississauga council to reconsider retail pot after mayor ‘startled’ by illegal cannabis outlets in city By Steve Cornwell Mississauga News

Article by Steve Cornwell, Mississauga News via Toronto Star Close to a year after opting out, Mississauga will reconsider allowing retail cannabis stores in the city. The city will look again at cannabis storefronts in the new year, in part, Mayor Bonnie Crombie said, because of the persistence of the illegal market in Mississauga. She said she was “very startled” ...

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Those New to Cannabis Edibles Advised to ‘Start Low and Go Slow’

Those new to cannabis edibles advised to ‘start low and go slow’

Article by Haliburton Echo With cannabis edibles soon to enter the marketplace, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge Health Unit is advising the public that if they intend to try edibles, they should “start low and go slow.” Edibles, extracts and topicals are legal in Canada as of Oct. 17, but will not be in licensed cannabis stores until mid-December at ...

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