December 24, 2015

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In todays news: A medical marijuana patient was forced to miss his flight for holding prescription cannabis, Maclean’s explores the right and wrong ways to regulate marijuana and Perth Mayor John Fenik tours Tweed’s Smiths Falls plant. Also, Saskatoon’s police chief weighs in on looming legalization and meet the guy who spent 40 hours rolling a joint that looks like Joan of Arc. Lastly, check out a great guide to last-minute gift ideas for the connoisseur on your list and pair your favourite strains with awesome (or awful, for the Scrooges!) Christmas songs. Have a great holidays everyone!

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Perth Mayor John Fenik takes a tour of Tweed’s Smiths Falls facility

Maclean’s right and wrong ways to introduce recreational cannabis
Canadians with pot charges left in limbo as Liberal legalization looms
Saskatoon police chief Clive Weighill says he is neutral on marijuana file
Letter: Kootenay Addiction Services weigh in on legal cannabis debate

Burlington man misses his flight over prescription medical marijuana
Letter: Health Minister Dipika Damerla over her head on public vaping?

General Interest
New study finds marijuana-derived drug reduces seizures in children
A Daily Beast guide to the best Christmas present for cannabis lovers
Meet the guy who spent 40 hours rolling a joint that looks like Joan of Arc
Eight great holiday gift ideas for the cannabis connoisseur on your list
A Civilized guide to pairing Christmas songs with your favourite strain