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Majority Of Charges Laid In Canada’s Largest Marijuana Dispensary Raid Will Not Go To Trial

Majority of charges laid in Canada’s largest marijuana dispensary raid will not go to trial

Article by Adam Miller, Global News The majority of criminal charges laid in the single largest police raid on marijuana dispensaries in Canadian history will not go to trial, the Public Prosecution Service of Canada has revealed. Of the 90 individuals who were facing more than 180 charges in Toronto police’s May 26, 2016 Project Claudia raids of 43 dispensaries, 45 ...

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Canada’s Marijuana Companies Say Young People Not Their Demographic

Canada’s marijuana companies say young people not their demographic Ahead of legalization, pot distributors claim they don’t want the headaches that come with marketing to young people.

Article by Scott Wheeler, The Waterloo Region Record Cam Battley is a father to a Grade 9 son and 10-year-old daughter. He’s a scout leader of nine years and a soccer coach to both of his kids. He’s also the executive vice-president of one of Canada’s largest marijuana distributors. As Canada prepares for the legalization of marijuana, he and others ...

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Who Smokes Pot?


Article by HK Bell, High! Canada Who smokes pot? Otto, the bus driver, right? Jay and Silent Bob? People with no ambition, losers who will most likely graduate from smoking pot to shooting up heroin and end up dead in the alley. That’s what pop culture and/or uptight mothers want you to believe. And sure – there are those who ...

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National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities Says No Non-Medical Sales for Pharmacies

National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities says no non-medical sales for pharmacies The association represents 14 pharmacy regulatory authorities across Canada

Article by Lift News The National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) says pharmacy practitioners must not be involved in the distribution of cannabis for nonmedical purposes, and that pharmacies may not use the term ‘dispensary’ or the ‘green cross’ often associated with cannabis dispensaries. NAPRA is a regulatory body that provides national leadership in pharmacy regulatory practices and has ...

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Judicial Error Could be Repeated Post-Legalization

Judicial error could be repeated post-legalization Manitoba judge apparently neglected part of the Criminal Code when he handed down a conditional discharge

Article by Harrison Jordan, Lift News The Court of Appeal of Manitoba has corrected a lower court’s error that would have seen an offender face a relatively lenient conditional discharge for a small cannabis grow operation. The offender, Elijah Lee Wenaus, was found to have grown 19 plants in the basement of his home in Manitoba, violating section 7(1) of the ...

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Toronto Marijuana Arrests Reveal ‘Startling’ Racial Divide

Toronto marijuana arrests reveal ‘startling’ racial divide Toronto police data obtained by the Star breaks down arrests by neighbourhood and shows disproportionate numbers for Black people when it comes to pot possession charges.

Article by Jim Rankin and Sandro Contenta, The Toronto Star Black people with no history of criminal convictions have been three times more likely to be arrested by Toronto police for possession of small amounts of marijuana than white people with similar backgrounds, according to a Toronto Star analysis. They’ve also been more likely to be detained for bail, the ...

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The 710 Cup Location Announcement!

Article by Brent Parsons for The 710 Cup is coming to Toronto this weekend for it’s two day vendors Marketplace! Toronto’s top cannabis companies will be present with their finest products available to sample and purchase. The festivities will be taking place at 500 Keele St. in The Junction. We look forward to seeing you out this weekend! There ...

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