December 21, 2015

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: Kathleen Wynne is asking the federal government for help to clear medical and recreational regulations as the federal justice minister says she is excited to implement new cannabis legislation. Alberta's premier has mixed feelings about legalization and Tweed is counted among the chosen few that stand to benefit from reform. Also, meet the overlord of pastry in our new Tweed Pantry entry and, if you laugh at nothing else this morning, watch maybe the greatest anti-pot commercials ever produced – the Australian government's “Stoner Sloth” program!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Tweed counted among chosen few who stand to benefit from legalization
Overlord of pastry dishes a sous vide cannabutter recipe for Tweed Pantry

Politics/Legalization
Wynne wants help from federal government on clear cannabis regulations
Federal justice minister says she is excited to proceed with legalization file
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has mixed feeling about Trudeau's pledge
Marijuana legalization makes list of five Liberal promises likely to stick

Industry/Studies
Government should not postpone ban on public vaping in the province

General Interest
Mexican cardinal says Catholic church has no issue with medical marijuana
New “Stoner Sloth” program by Australian government is being mocked
Ten unconventional Christmas cannabis gifts for the toker in your life