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Where’s The Justice

WHERE’S THE JUSTICE? CALEB MCMILLAN

Article by Caleb McMillan, Cannabis Life Network Marc and Jodie Emery must each pay a $150,000 fine, a $45,000 victim surcharge and spend two years on probation for the “crime” of selling cannabis. Christopher Goodwin, Erin Goodwin, and Britney Guerra also pleaded guilty. Where’s the justice? Who’s the victim? The impossibly vague “public?” Judges are supposed to be impartial.  But Justice ...

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Why Did Trudeau Scrap July 1 Legalization Date?

WHY DID TRUDEAU SCRAP JULY 1 LEGALIZATION DATE? MIKE OKADA

Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network The dream of legally lighting up on Canada Day 2018 is going up in smoke as PM Justin Trudeau said cannabis won’t be legalized by July 1st, although Trudeau did say it will still happen “next summer”. Trudeau’s refusal to specify a date buys the Liberals a lot more time, but we also shouldn’t ...

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MedReleaf Signs Agreement to Supply Marijuana to Shoppers Drug Mart

MedReleaf signs agreement to supply marijuana to Shoppers Drug Mart. The Shoppers Drug Mart store located near the corner of College Street and Yonge Street in Toronto is photographed on April 13, 2017.

Article by The Globe and Mail Medical marijuana producer MedReleaf says it has signed an agreement to become a medical cannabis supplier to Shoppers Drug Mart. The company says it will supply Canada’s largest pharmacy retailer with MedReleaf branded medical cannabis products, subject to Health Canada approving Shoppers Drug Mart’s application to dispense medical marijuana. MedReleaf says it expects that ...

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Health Canada Nearly Doubles Number of Marijuana Production Licences in Second Half of 2017

Health Canada nearly doubles number of marijuana production licences in second half of 2017 A Health Canada spokesperson said that as of Dec. 1, 208 applicants were in the final stages of the approval process. Provincial governments, police forces and marijuana companies have also been scrambling to prepare for legalized recreational sales, which the Prime Minister’s Office confirmed Wednesday are expected by July. (ROBERT F. BUKATY / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Article by Michelle McQuigge and Amina Ligaya, Toronto Star Health Canada has nearly doubled the number of licensed cannabis producers in the country over the past six months and new numbers show hundreds more applicants are in the final stages of approval as the government rushes toward national marijuana legalization by next July. The dramatic surge in approved and aspiring producers ...

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Home Gardening For The Non-Gardener: Grow Club Update

Home Gardening For The Non-Gardener: Grow Club Update

Article by Sarah Samedi, High! Canada Hey everyone! Welcome to chapter two of our Homegrown Adventure, where I’ll be talking about what happens with germination, as well as what products we’ve come across to help with the growing process. HK and I jumped the gun a little with our seeds from Royal Queen Seed Bank, and did a lot wrong, ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: December 25 – December 31, 2017

Toronto Cannabis Events Dankr Crowd

Toronto is an amazing city for cannabis with so many diverse events going on. Here is a list of the events going on this upcoming week and weekend: Monday December 25, 2017: Merry Christmas! Ganja all levels with Joel When: 7:00pm-9:00pm Where: The House of Yoga (714 Bloor St W, Toronto) Price: $30/class, 5 classes for $125 Orphan Xmas Dinner – Turkey, mashed, stuffing, ...

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What Will Cities Need to Prepare For Legalization?

What will cities need to prepare for legalization? Municipal governments are lobbying their provincial counterparts to outline how much money will be allocated to cities post-legalization

Article by Cecilia Keating, Lift News Municipal governments are lobbying their provincial counterparts to outline how much money will be allocated to cities post-legalization, with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) stating that the proposed legislation puts cities on the “front lines of keeping Canadians safe and served.” Mayors across the country have highlighted administration, law enforcement and policing as general ...

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Did Trudeau Just ‘Walk Back’ Legalization?

Did Trudeau just ‘walk back’ legalization? A recent article in the Quebec publication TVA Nouvelles has started a wave of speculation that Trudeau and the Liberals will be delaying legalization

Article by David Brown, Lift News A recent article in the Quebec publication TVA Nouvelles has started a wave of speculation that Trudeau and the Liberals will be delaying legalization. In response to a question about legalization on July 1, 2018, Trudeau responded that it will not be July 1, but ‘next summer’. This has spawned numerous follow up articles and speculation that the ...

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Marijuana Treats Migraine Pain Better Than Prescription Medication, Study Finds

Marijuana Treats Migraine Pain Better Than Prescription Medication, Study Finds

Article by David DiSalvo, Forbes In another win for marijuana research, a study has found that the active compounds in cannabis are more effective at reducing the frequency of acute migraine pain than prescription migraine meds, and with fewer side effects. The study included a total of 127 participants who suffered from chronic migraines and cluster headaches, severe headaches that occur on one side ...

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