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January 4, 2015

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Aurora Cannabis is being called the future of Alberta’s marijuana industry and Aphria Inc. boosts its licensed production capacity by 43%. A graphic novel about Canadian cannabis comes complete with a gram of grass and evidence suggests that the legalization of marijuana would solve more problems than it would cause. In lighter news, former NFL players are asking the league to remove cannabis from banned substances list and a group of California nuns are fighting to keep their marijuana business intact. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Extracts will prove a preferred option for many medical marijuana patients  
Canopy Growth Corp. listed among best bets on TSX Venture in 2016
Converted chocolate factory is to house Canada’s future cannabis hopes

Politics/Legalization
Evidence suggests marijuana would solve more problems than it would cause
Legal marijuana, ISIS and assisted dying listed as big Canadian stories in 2016
It is still far too early to consider selling marijuana in PEI liquor stores
Toronto trustee candidate is looking to stop the sale of pot near city schools
MADD is worried about the effect legal cannabis may have on impaired driving

Industry/Studies
Aurora Cannabis facility is the future of the marijuana industry in Alberta
Aphria Inc. has boosted its licensed production capacity by a full 43%
Tech mavericks see green in burgeoning Canadian marijuana industry
Dispensary debate on West Coast is counted as a top story of the last year
Graphic novel about Canadian cannabis comes complete with gram of grass
A cannabis-based sleep apnea drug is currently awaiting approval from the FDA

General Interest
Former NFL players call to have cannabis taken off banned substance list
Did your favourite variety make the list of top-10 most popular strains of 2015?
Sisters of the Valley nuns are fighting to keep their marijuana business