November 26, 2015

March 15, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: Medical marijuana patients in Ontario can now vaporize in public and Canopy Growth Corp. posts strong quarterly results. DelShen Therapeutics is opening a new plant near Kirkland Lake and Canada is facing a $4.8-billion lawsuit over its denial of CEN Biotech's license application. On a lighter note a commercial pilot in Charlotte ejected 200 pounds of grass from his plane and, for anyone who speaks Portuguese – it's your day! Tweed is featured in the Brasil Post :)

Canopy Growth Corporation
Canopy Growth Corp. maintains strong fiscal outlook with 44% revenue increase
Fábrica de chocolates Hersey's é transformada em área de cultivo de maconha no Canadá

Politics/Legalization
Marijuana viewed as a safer alternative to prescription opioid-based treatments

Industry/Studies
Medical marijuana patients in Ontario can now vaporize at work and in restaurantsbr> Businesses will be permitted to bar use of cannabis if concerned about impact on clients
City of Toronto taking a “wait-and-see” approach to public use of medical marijuana
DelShen Therapeutics is opening a new medical marijuana facility near Kirkland Lake
Canada is facing a $4.8-billion claim over denial of CEN Biotech's license application
Chinese gardening start-up accidentally stumbles upon the American marijuana industry

General Interest
Commercial pilot in Charlotte accused of ejecting over 200 pounds of grass from his plane

The reach of marijuana tourism is expanding to include new states and countries
Illinois politicians are suing the state; looking for party contributions from cannabis industry