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December 1, 2015

March 15, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: International investors are eyeing Canada's publicly-traded cannabis market as shares in medical marijuana companies continue to ride a high. Six dispensaries have set up shop in Toronto in wake of PM Trudeau's legalization pledge and a Canadian judge fines a man $1 for growing 30 plants; calls country's pot laws outdated and “ridiculous.” Also, New South Wales police discover a football field-sized crop and a new video shows what your brain actually looks like on the weed ;)

Canopy Growth Corporation
Shares of medical marijuana companies on high since Canadian election
International investors eyeing the country's publicly-traded pot sector

Politics/Legalization
Will legalization be the next Trudeau election promise to go up in smoke?

Industry/Studies
In wake of legalization pledge dispensaries are setting up shop in Toronto
Canadian Cannabis Clinics opening new site in Burlington, Ontario
Viro Health working on marijuana-based drugs for eventual FDA approval

General Interest
Canadian judge fines man $1 for growing thirty medical marijuana plants
Midol Cannabis? Study finds marijuana helps with menstrual pains, migraines
New South Wales police discover impressive football field-sized cannabis crop
Watch: What your brain actually looks like when high on the weed