In today’s news: The National Post questions whether Trudeau’s plan to legalize pot will go up in smoke as debate continues out east over whether recreational cannabis should be sold through the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation. The Crown drops some charges laid against employees of the Saskatoon Compassion Club and Organigram records a 70% quarterly sales increase. In lighter news, Medchew RX launches as a cannabis-infused chewing gum to help treat multiple sclerosis and a list of five high-powered executives whose careers have been shaped by cannabis culture includes Jay-Z and Arianna Huffington.
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Will Prime Minister Trudeau’s plan to legalize pot go up in smoke?
Should marijuana be available through the NLC in Newfoundland?
Canadian politicians are finally catching up to public on pot policy
OrganiGram records 70% quarterly sales increase and cash flow positive
Medchew RX is a cannabis-infused chewing gum for multiple sclerosis
Crown drops derivatives charges laid against Saskatoon Compassion Club
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