Cannabis, Creativity & Beck!

Cannabis, Creativity & Beck!

Article by Melo Momentz, High! Canada For the past few years, I have worked hard to help heal myself with cannabis and my creavity. Using Art as some use meditaon, to heal the mental anxiees from past traumas and a sudden illness has really opened my eyes to the passion within other arsts. That too, I realized, inspired me further. So when ...

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Lack of Ontario Retail Locations Poses Headwind for Cannabis Industry Players

Lack of Ontario retail locations poses headwind for pot industry players

Article by Armina Ligaya, CTV News Ontario’s decision to not cap the number of privately-operated cannabis shops has been welcomed by industry players, but market share restrictions on licensed producers and the lack of clarity on where marijuana stores can be located may pose headwinds for the sector. The province’s private-retail framework is positive for smaller retailers who won’t get ...

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Health Unit in Sudbury Stresses Risk of Cannabis; Won’t Say It’s ‘Bad’

Health unit in Sudbury stresses risk of marijuana; won't say it's 'bad' On Oct. 17, the federal government, through Bill C-45, will legalize recreational marijuana use in Canada. Harold Carmichael The Sudbury StarHarold Carmichael The Sudbury Star Anik Proulx, a manager in the health promotion division at Public Health Sudbury and Districts. HAROLD CARMICHAEL/SUDBURY STAR

Article by Harold Carmichael, The Sudbury Star Public Health Sudbury & District is getting inquiries from businesses and organizations about the legalization of cannabis on Oct. 17, as it also gets the message out to youth about the risks of using the drug. “Many institutions have already reached out to us for assistance and for help in policy development,” said ...

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Class is in Session at Canada’s First ‘Pot School’

Class is in session at Canada's first 'pot school' Facebook LinkedIn Email Reddit Niagara College offering instruction on growing weed James Dunne · CBC News A worker at Cann Trust's Niagara region greenhouse cultivates marijuana plants. Cann Trust will be one of a number of licensed marijuana producers looking to hire graduates from Niagara College's new commercial cannabis program. (Turgut Yeter/CBC)

Article by James Dunne, CBC News The school year may be two weeks old, but there’s still a buzz at one college in southern Ontario over a program not available anywhere else in the country. “I never thought five years ago, maybe even two years ago, that we’d be here in this classroom starting a course on commercial cannabis production,” said professor Bill MacDonald. MacDonald is ...

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Casualties of The Drug War


Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network Casualties of the drug war aren’t just those who choose to partake in an illegal substance whether it be consuming it, cultivating it, possessing it, or distributing it. We are all casualties of the war on drugs and more specifically the war against cannabis. Casualties of the war against cannabis include mothers and ...

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Canada’s Largest Alcohol Broker Reveals New Partnership With Cannabis Producer

News Grow Business Canada's largest alcohol broker reveals new partnership with cannabis producer Eric Zimmer

Article by Eric Zimmer, Daily Hive A new partnership between one of Canada’s licensed cannabis producers and the country’s largest alcohol brokers has been announced. The agreement, between CannTrust Holdings and Breakthru Beverage Group means Breakthru will invest in the establishment of a cannabis-focused sales brokerage company and develop a route-to-market platform for CannTrust in Canada, effective when the recreational market opens on ...

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Fight For Vancouver’s Medical Dispensaries Begins in BC Supreme Court


Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network The test case that could seal the fates of around 50 of Vancouver’s medical dispensaries kicked off yesterday in BC Supreme Court with lead plaintiff Karuna Health Foundation battling the City of Vancouver to remain open and continue facilitating medical cannabis patients’ right to reasonably access their medicine. The City of Vancouver wants ...

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Legal Weed to Create Thousands of New Jobs in Canada, From Scientific Research to Lab Analysts


Article by Jason Leon, Newsweek Canada’s budding marijuana industry is set for rapid job growth as recreational use will become legal in October. A flourishing weed business has led more and more Canadians to search for opportunities in the sector. Job hunting related to pot has more than quadrupled compared to a year ago, The Globe and Mail reported last week. For instance, in the province ...

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Looming Legalization Gives Rise to Wave Cannabis Startup Accelerators

Article by Joe Castaldo, Globe and Mail Cannabis legalization is attracting hordes of hopeful entrepreneurs to the sector. Yet when they have questions about complex regulatory issues and other business challenges, there have been relatively few mentors and programs to offer guidance. A new crop of cannabis-focused incubators and accelerators is hoping to change that by launching programs to assist ...

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