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How Much Fun Can You Have in a Weekend?

Article by Janine Morra, High! Canada The Karma Cup was started in 2013 by Sarah Sunday, aimed to create a Cannabis-Positive space for growers, producers, business owners, industry experts and their fans to congregate and judge the country’s best cannabis and cannabis products on an even playing field. It’s amazing to think in 4 years it has grown from a ...

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This Former Toronto Police Chief Who Hated Weed Is Launching A Cannabis Company

This Former Toronto Police Chief Who Hated Weed Is Launching A Cannabis Company By Tess Allen

Article by Tess Allen, Civilized The former Toronto police chief who once infamously likened decriminalizing cannabis to legalizing murder has apparently changed his mind. On Tuesday, Julian Fantino officially launched a new Toronto-area medical marijuana organization called Aleafia. Fantino, who will serve as executive chair of the company, told reporters he was convinced of marijuana’s benefits after speaking with veterans who used it for PTSD and pain. ...

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Toronto Cannabis Events: November 20 – November 26, 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 November 20, 2017: Ganja Pranayama (All Levels) When: 5:00pm-6:30pm Where: The House of Yoga (714 Bloor St W, Toronto) Price: $30/class, 5 classes for $125 Ganja all levels with Joel When: 8:30pm-10:30pm Where: The House ...

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Cannabis Impaired Driving Laws are Ripe for Legal Challenge, Says Lawyer

Cannabis impaired driving laws are ripe for legal challenge, says lawyer

Article by Bill Kaufmann, Calgary Herald Alberta’s impaired-driving enforcement is careening toward major logistical and court challenges over marijuana, a top Calgary defence lawyer said Wednesday. Uncertainties over the effects of cannabis on individual motorists, the lack of roadside testing devices and constitutional vulnerabilities stemming from a court ruling earlier this year will undermine legal reforms, said Ian Savage, who specializes ...

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Emery: Reefer Monopoly Madness – Government Doesn’t Want to Legalize Pot, But DOES Want to Profit From It

Emery: Reefer monopoly madness – government doesn't want to legalize pot, but DOES want to profit from it. A small group of protesters gathered outside of the Ottawa Courthouse to show support for "budtenders" who were facing charges in March. ERROL MCGIHON / POSTMEDIA

Article by Jodie Emery, Ottawa Citizen It was the worst possible provincial legalization plan, but it just became official. The Liberal government of Ontario announced a state monopoly on the sale of legal non-medical cannabis, combined with a massive crackdown on the existing cannabis industry. Legalization wasn’t supposed to be like this. Canadians increasingly supported ending cannabis criminalization after watching ...

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Canada’s New Driving Regulations Could Criminalize 200,000 Medical Marijuana Patients

Canada's New Driving Regulations Could Criminalize 200,000 Medical Marijuana Patients By James McClure

Article by James McClure, Civilized Canada’s new driving regulations could criminalize 200,000 medical marijuana patients, according to a group of 50 defence lawyers that recently sent an open letter calling on the federal government to rethink the proposed threshold for drugged driving. The government’s bill to legalize recreational marijuana currently contains a proposal called the Blood Drug Concentration Regulations, which would set the threshold ...

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Ontario Stalls on Cannabis Lounges as More Open Around the Province


Article by Mike Okada, Cannabis Life Network Even without definitive word on whether public consumption spaces for cannabis will even be allowed in Ontario, cannabis lounges have been opening up across the province in anticipation of the huge demand for them once cannabis is legalized. Under Ontario’s proposed regulations, the only place you’re allowed to consume is at home, which ...

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Cannabis in Canada: A Brief History

Cannabis in Canada: A Brief History What is next for cannabis legalization in Canada? By Emily Earlenbaugh

Article by Emily Earlenbaugh, Herb Approach Canada’s legal medical marijuana business is booming and as of 2018 cannabis will be legal for recreational use as well. With over 25% of the population using cannabis, a huge increase of investment into stocks for Canadian cannabis companies, and a predicted 22.6 billion dollar industry in the future, you might think that the US’s neighbor to the north has it’s cannabis laws all ...

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Aurora Issues Recall for Mislabeled Cannabis

Aurora issues recall for mislabeled cannabis For lot 17-118-2042, the products packaged contained a THC value of 16.2% instead of 8.17% THC, and a CBD value of 0.05% instead of 5.91% CBD.

Article by Lift News On November 16, 2017, Aurora Cannabis Enterprises Inc., a licensed producer of cannabis for medical purposes located in Alberta, began a voluntary recall of one lot of Sundance Borealis Blend (sativa) dried marijuana under a Type II recall. The affected lot number can be found below. On November 16, 2017, Aurora Cannabis Enterprises Inc. initiated a ...

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Inside the Shady World of an Illegal Weed Dispensary Chain

Inside the Shady World of an Illegal Weed Dispensary Chain. Arrests, moldy weed, Hells Angels, and fat stacks of cash. How one national chain is allegedly exploiting its young workers.

Article by Manisha Krishnan, Vice News Selena Holder-Zirbser wasn’t even supposed to be working on the day she got arrested. Holder-Zirbser, 21, had picked up a shift at the Green Tree dispensary on Ottawa’s Rideau Street, where she’d recently become a keyholder. It was a foggy Friday morning last November, and she immediately had a lineup of customers to purchase dried bud, ...

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