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Reefer Ridiculousness With Tammi Stanhope

Reefer Ridiculousness With Tammi Stanhope

Article by Tammi Stanhope, High! Canada It’s official, cannabis is now legal I for both recreational and medicinal use in Canada! When it comes to promoting actual cannabis products though, don’t expect to see an influx of ads any me soon. The regulations for cannabis advertising are very similar to those for tobacco. The Cannabis Act states that one of ...

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Stratford Council to Decide Whether To Opt Out of Retail Cannabis At Jan. 14 Meeting

Stratford council to decide whether to opt out of retail cannabis at Jan. 14 meeting Stratford City council will decide whether to allow for the licensing of retail cannabis stores at its first meeting of the new year on Jan. 14, 2019. Galen SimmonsGalen Simmons

Article by Galen Simmons, Stratford Beacon Herald Stratford City council will decide whether to allow for the licensing of retail cannabis stores at its first meeting of the new year on Jan. 14, 2019. At Monday’s council meeting, councillors voted to table a staff report on cannabis legalization and municipal policy implications for further discussion in the new year to ...

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Canada’s First Cannabis Friendly Luxury Hotel Is Officially Open In Downtown Toronto

News Canada's First Cannabis Friendly Luxury Hotel Is Officially Open In Downtown Toronto Cannabis Air is the first luxury hotel of its kind in Canada.

Article by Lilly Paltsev, Narcity Toronto is officially home to a 4/20 friendly luxury hotel. The hotel, called Cannabis Air, is the first of its kind in all of Canada. Cannabis Air is located right in the downtown core at 53 McCaul Street, short blocks away from Union Station, the Eaton Centre and Queen Street West. The hotel celebrated its official opening just last month. ...

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Toronto Staff Recommend Allowing Cannabis Retail Stores to Operate in City

Toronto staff recommend allowing cannabis retail stores to operate in city By Nick Westoll WATCH ABOVE: Premier Doug Ford contradicts a campaign promise to increase the buffer zone between Ontario Cannabis Stores and schools. Farah Nasser has more on the proposed regulations. (Nov. 16)

Article by Nick Westoll, Global News Toronto municipal staff are recommending that city council should not opt out of allowing cannabis retail stores to operate in the city limits. “It is anticipated that prohibiting legal cannabis retail stores would have the unintended consequence of encouraging the illegal market to continue to operate, either through storefronts selling illegal products or by driving illegal cannabis sales underground,” ...

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Some Licensed Producers Are Selling Weed Oils That Are Placebos: Researchers

Some Licensed Producers Are Selling Weed Oils That Are Placebos: Researchers Scientus Pharma claims its technology will ensure Canadians are getting what they pay for. Scientus Pharma claims weed oils are wildly inconsistent. THE/Chris Young

Article by Manisha Krishnan, Vice News A biopharmaceutical company hoping to disrupt the cannabis extraction market is claiming some Canadian licensed producers are selling cannabis oils that are tantamount to placebos. Cannabis oils have surged in popularity over the last couple years, but for medical patients—many of whom don’t want to smoke anything—they’ve become of particular importance. Scientus Pharma is a ...

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Mayor John Tory Says Toronto Should Have Say Over Cannabis Dispensaries

Mayor John Tory says Toronto should have say over pot shops By FRANCINE KOPUN There were 92 illegal pot shops operating in Toronto prior to legalization, according to a report by city staff. Despite a crackdown, 11 stores continued to operate illegally as of Nov. 27. (JESSE WINTER / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO)

Article by Francine Kopun, Toronto Star Toronto council will debate on Thursday whether to opt out of provincial legislation permitting private cannabis stores to operate in the city beginning April 1. . “It’s not that we want to ban cannabis sales, but we want some sort of mechanism that gives us local control,” said Councillor Gord Perks (Ward 4, Parkdale—High Park) comparing ...

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Canadians Get Paid Way More Working In The Weed Industry Than The Average Job In Canada

News Canadians Get Paid Way More Working In The Weed Industry Than The Average Job In Canada Statistics Canada reports that cannabis-related jobs pay more than the average Canadian job.

Article by Nicole Hui, Narcity Now that marijuana has been legalized in Canada, Statistics Canada released a new report on December 7th about the job force in the country in 2018. They reported that the marijuana industry has been a positive impact on the jobs in Canada and has created thousands of new positions for Canadians. Not only is the weed industry in Canada bringing ...

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Health Canada: New Federal Regulatory Rules Around Cannabis, Pesticide Testing Welcomed

New federal regulatory rules around cannabis, pesticide use welcomed Test results must be provided to LPs before the products can be sold TAYLOR BLEWETT Tractor with a spray device for finely dispersed fertilizer. Tractor on the sunset background. Tractor with high wheels is making fertilizer on young wheat. The use of finely dispersed spray chemicals Tractor doing spray operation on crop LEONID EREMEYCHUK / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS

Article by Taylor Blewett, Regina Leader-Post Health Canada recently unveiled a new regulatory regime that will impose extensive and mandatory pesticide testing requirements on all licensed producers (LPs) of cannabis. Come Jan. 2, LPs will have to send product samples to independent laboratories, where they will be screened for almost 100 active pesticide ingredients before they can be sold. It’s a marked ...

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First Post-Legalization Cannabis Study Provides Early Insights About Cannabis Consumers and The Impact Of Legalization

First Post-Legalization Cannabis Study Provides Early Insights About Cannabis Consumers and The Impact Of Ligalization

Article by High! Canada Calgarians are very positive about cannabis from an economic perspective but concerned about potential health and safety impacts. Insights Maer and Cannabiz Social administered an online survey with 432 adult Calgarians in order to understand behaviors and attitudes when it comes to cannabis and cannabis legalization. This highly focused study was the first of its kind ...

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