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Ontarians Could Be Waiting Weeks For Legal Weed

Article by Manisha Krishnan, Vice News If you live in Ontario and you ordered legal weed last week, chances are you’re still waiting on it. Canada’s most populous province has no legal storefronts open—and won’t have any until April, due to the Progressive Conservative government’s last-minute decision to roll out a completely new framework for retail cannabis sales in the province. ...

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Dank DNA: Your Personal Roadmap to Cannabis Consumption

DANK DNA: YOUR PERSONAL ROADMAP TO CANNABIS CONSUMPTION CANNA LANCE

Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network Cannabis consumers today have more choices than ever before. Choices like what strain of cannabis to try, different titrates (estimated dosages) to pick from, and the multiple methods to choose from. The big question many people are left asking is, how do you know what works the best? For the old school stoner this ...

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Customers Flock Back to Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries in Ottawa

Customers flock back to illegal marijuana dispensaries in Ottawa JACQUIE MILLER Capital Buds marijuana dispensary on Churchill Avenue closed for a morning on Oct. 17, but re-opened and was still open on Saturday. JACQUIE MILLER / PORTMEDIA

Article by Jacquie Miller, Ottawa Citizen Adam Brett says he plans to try Ontario’s online cannabis store, but not until the kinks are worked out. The 23-year-old said his roommate had ordered from the online Ontario Cannabis Store in the wee hours of weed legalization on Wednesday, but as of Saturday was still waiting for his order to arrive. “Overall, ...

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Big Cannabis is Creating Big Waste—And it Needs to Stop

Article by Jessica Delfino, High Times Plastic is in everything: our clothing, cars—it’s even in the food chain. We rely on plastic to help shape the planet we call home. But you’re living in a fantasy world if you don’t know that plastic is also a major cause of our planet’s immense pollution fandango. It might, then, be the world’s biggest ...

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Canadian Licensed Cannabis Growers Behind on First Orders For Recreational Marijuana, Provinces Warn

Canadian Licensed Cannabis Growers Behind on First Orders For Recreational Marijuana, Provinces Warn MARK RENDELL AND CHRISTINA PELLEGRINI

Article by Mark Rendell and Christina Pellegrini, Globe and Mail Canada’s largest cannabis growers are behind on their first orders for recreational marijuana, a development that will leave consumers with less choice on Oct. 17, multiple provincial distributors and retailers are warning. . British Columbia says its four largest suppliers won’t meet shipping deadlines and are coming up short on ...

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Do You Smoke Pot and Drive? A Poll Shows Half of Ontario Cannabis Users Do

Do you smoke pot and drive? A poll shows half of Ontario cannabis users do A spokesperson for CAA, which released the poll, says the organization fears there’s a “potential for there to be more” driving while high after legalization. NEWS 07:58 AM Ben Spurr Transportation Reporter A new Ipsos poll has found half of cannabis users have driven after using the drug. The poll, released by CAA, found 16 per cent of all users have driven after using pot at some point in their lives. - Carlos Osorio,Toronto Star File

Article by Ben Spurr, Hamilton Spectator A poll released Thursday by the South Central Ontario chapter of the Canadian Automobile Association found 48 per cent of drivers who said they currently use cannabis reported they had tried driving after ingesting or smoking the drug. Sixteen per cent of all the province’s motorists said they had tried driving after using pot at some point in ...

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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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