In today’s news: Hundreds of pages of complaints against Vancouver pot shops lead to the crackdown on compassion clubs as the vice-president of the Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries predicts the proliferation of dispensaries across Canada will drive country’s cannabis competition. Saskatoon’s police chief offers no apology for raiding city’s lone compassion club and Nova Scotia’s medical marijuana hopes are reported to be going up in smoke. In lighter news, the Tunisian Pirate Party has adopted the marijuana leaf as its party logo for upcoming elections and Tweed’s popular Penelope is lauded in Lift’s latest strain listings. Have a great day!
Twenty-fifteen was a big year in weed and 2016 will be bigger
Legalization among Santa Trudeau’s bag of election promises
Seth Rogan to be Canada’s first deputy minister of marijuana?
Calgary police chief explains why he’s opposed to legal marijuana
Legalities and red tape sending Nova Scotia’s pot industry up in smoke
Complaints from Vancouver’s pot shop boom lead to dispensary doom
Zenabis reaches penultimate step to receiving Health Canada license
Saskatoon police chief offers no apology for recent dispensary raid
Dana Larsen predicts the proliferation of pot shops across the country
By the numbers: The MMPR continues to grow in size and scope
Marijuana stocks now reflects Canadian tech sector of the 1990s