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Quebec Raises Legal Age for Cannabis to 21; Critics Say it Will Only Drive Illegal Sales

Quebec raises legal age for cannabis to 21; critics say it will only drive illegal sales Quebec raises legal age to consume cannabis Only Quebecers over age 21 will be allowed to consume the drug as of Jan. 1. Max Harrold live. Alexandra Mae Jones, CTVNews.ca writer

Article by Alexandra Mae Jones, CTV News After a year of being able to purchase cannabis legally from age 18, Quebecers will now have to wait until they turn 21. The provincial government has passed a bill changing the legal age to use marijuana, a move critics say will only drive the black market. The Coalition Avenir Quebec government adopted Bill ...

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Cannabis Tourism Plans to Turn Cottage Country Green

Cannabis Tourism plans to turn cottage country green Capitalizing on cannabis in cottage country The tourism industry in cottage country is ready to capitalize on a budding business. Mike Arsalides reports. Mike Arsalides, Videographer, CTV News Barrie William Sharpe of Aeroponleaf Canada at New Heights Cannabis Tourism Summit October 28, 2019. Speaker at New Heights Cannabis Tourism Summit at Blue Mountain Resort October 28, 2019.

Article by Mike Arsalides, CTV News Barrie One year into the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada and local investors are poised to cash in on cannabis tourism. More than 140 Investors and cannabis-industry experts met for a first-of-its-kind cannabis tourism summit at Blue Mountain Resort called New Heights. Jennifer Mason hosted the summit; aimed at bringing together business people ...

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Kitchener Cannabis Producer Looking to Fill More Than 400 Positions

Kitchener cannabis producer looking to fill more than 400 positions Why JWC is moving into the Lear building From CTV Kitchener’s Stu Gooden: James E. Wagner Cultivation is about to expand into a former auto parts plant. Kitchener pot producer growing its product line From CTV Kitchener: JWC plans to expand its medical marijuana options after getting its license to sell cannabis oil. Jennifer K. Baker, CTV Kitchener

Article by Jennifer K. Baker, CTV Kitchener A Kitchener cannabis company is hoping to hire more than 400 new workers. James E. Wagner Cultivation Corporation, or JWC, is holding a career fair on Tuesday just down the road from their Manitou Drive facility. “We will eventually employ 400 in total at our flagship facilty,” said Nathan Woodworth of JWC. “Today ...

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Cannabis Edibles Legal: Everything You Need to Know

Cannabis edibles will soon be legal: Everything you need to know Edible pot chocolates expected to sell before Xmas Edible pot products will become legal in days, but hopeful buyers will probably be waiting until Christmas to buy any in stores. Check-up for the weed industry From CTV Saskatoon’s Carla Shynkaruk: While local sales are strong, the markets tell a different story. Marijuana one-year anniversary Weed has been legal in Canada for almost a full year. CTV News Edmonton’s Bill Fortier looks back at the tumultuous year.

Article by Jeremiah Rodriguez, CTV News TORONTO — New regulations for cannabis edibles and topicals come into effect on Oct. 17, with products expected to reach store shelves in December. Here’s what consumers and parents need to know. WHAT ARE EDIBLES? “Edibles” is the umbrella term for cannabis-infused products, which can include beverages, cotton candy, dissolvable strips, gummy candies or baked ...

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Catch a Bad Buzz? Don’t Expect a Refund For Your Cannabis Purchase

Catch a bad buzz? Don't expect a refund for your marijuana purchase Ontario Cannabis Store refuses refund A Toronto resident says she was not ready for what she called a “bad trip” after smoking sativa marijuana ordered from the Ontario Cannabis. Pat Foran, Consumer Reporter, CTV News

Article by Pat Foran, CTV News A Toronto resident who describes herself as a “seasoned” marijuana smoker says she was not ready for what she called a “bad trip” after smoking sativa marijuana ordered from the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS). Jessica Weiser says she smokes marijuana for medical and relaxation reasons. When it was legalized, she started buying it online. ...

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Karma Cup 2019 Recap

KARMA CUP 2019 RECAP MIKE O.OCTOBER 2, 2019 CANNABIS CANADACULTUREFEATUREDLIVE ON LOCATIONMARIJUANA NEWSVIDEOS0 COMMENTS25 VIEWS The sixth annual Karma Cup went down Sept. 7-8 in downtown Toronto, and it was one for the ages! Our friend Craig Ex aka The Expert of Expert Joints was there to bask in all of the good karma and even better cannabis, and he had the pleasure of handing out the famous Karma Cup trophies to 36 much-deserved winners! But before the closing award ceremony, Craig Ex made sure to explore everything that the 2019 Karma Cup had to offer, which was “some of the finest [cannabis] vendors in Canada doing their damn thing!” as he so succinctly put it.

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network  The sixth annual Karma Cup went down Sept. 7-8 in downtown Toronto, and it was one for the ages! Our friend Craig Ex aka The Expert of Expert Joints was there to bask in all of the good karma and even better cannabis, and he had the pleasure of handing out the famous ...

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Cambridge Backyard Cannabis Grower Has Plants Pilfered

Backyard cannabis grower has plants pilfered Surveillance video captures man stealing cannabis From CTV Kitchener's Heather Senoran: Dave Sousa says his surveillance camera caught a man breaking into his cannabis enclosure to steal it. Chase Banger, CTV Kitchener P

Article by Chase Banger, CTV Kitchener A Cambridge man who devoted months to growing four cannabis plants has had them stolen. Dave Sousa says he was at work last week when his backyard was raided by an unknown person, who he says got into his backyard from an adjacent school. Then, Sousa says, the thief climbed into an enclosure built ...

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Wahnapitae First Nation Dispensaries Raided Again by OPP

Wahnapitae First Nation dispensaries raided again Calls for Indigenous inclusion in cannabis market Leaders gathered on Wahnapitae First Nation today to discuss a potential framework for Indigenous dispensaries. CTV's Ian Campbell reports. Chelsea Papineau, Digital Content Specialist

Article by Chelsea Papineau, CTV News Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) tells CTV News they are conducting a joint forces raid, involving the cannabis enforcement team, with the Anishinabek Police Service(APS) on Wahnapitae First Nation again Wednesday. Two First Nation cannabis dispensaries, Creator’s Choice Natural Health Solutions and First Nations Medicinal, were also raided back in January. First Nations Medicinal posted ...

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B.C. Cannabis Company Evergreen Medicinal’s Licence Suspended by Health Canada

MARIJUANA Commodities 22h ago B.C. pot firm Evergreen Medicinal’s licence suspended by Health Canada By David George-Cosh

Article by David George-Cosh,  BNN Bloomberg British Columbia-based cannabis producer Evergreen Medicinal Supply Inc.’s licence to grow and sell marijuana was suspended by federal regulators, the latest compliance shortfall to hit Canada’s legal pot market. Health Canada spokesperson Tammy Jarbeau confirmed to BNN Bloomberg in an email that the government agency suspended Evergreen’s ability to “cultivate, process and sell dried ...

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Ontario Retail Cannabis Lottery in Flux as Disqualified Applicants Seek Court Review

MARIJUANA Commodities 9h ago Ontario pot lottery in flux as disqualified applicants seek court review By David George-Cosh MARIJUANA Commodities 9h ago Ontario pot lottery in flux as disqualified applicants seek court review By David George-Cosh Now Showing Group of Ontario pot shop applicants seeking judicial review 2:46 Group of Ontario pot shop applicants seeking judicial review Up Next Ontario's pot store lottery process a 'sloppy exercise': Expert 5:30 Ontario's pot store lottery process a 'sloppy exercise': Expert Dozen Ontario pot shop lottery winners disqualified 3:42 Dozen Ontario pot shop lottery winners disqualified David George-Cosh Reporter

Article by David George-Cosh, BNN Bloomberg Ontario’s plan to open another wave of cannabis retail stores this year is in jeopardy after a group of 11 disqualified applicants filed judicial review applications disputing their exclusion from obtaining a pot shop licence. Legal filings obtained by BNN Bloomberg show the 11 lottery winners will make a motion in the Ontario Superior ...

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