January 19, 2016

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: British Columbia’s health minister is pushing for strict regulation of the recreational cannabis industry and treaty obligations will likely not hinder Canada’s legalization plan. Aphria more than doubles its revenue in Q2 and smoking marijuana may not pose harmful effects on the developing teenage brain after all. Health Canada data shows strong growth in the country’s medical marijuana program and LPs and dispensaries are cold to the idea of cooperation under the MMPR. In lighter news, Big Bang Theory producer Chuck Lorre is shopping a dispensary comedy and two members of the Wu-Tang Clan release a visual component to Wu Goo. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Licensed producers and dispensaries are cold to the idea of cooperation
Jamaica is standing within range of a great opportunity with ganja reform
LPs hoping the government will adopt a mail order system for marijuana

Politics/Legalization
BC’s health minister pushing for strict regulation of legal cannabis market
Treaty obligations will likely not cost Canada its recreational marijuana plan
Toronto city councillor will demand seat on federal legal cannabis task force

Industry/Studies
Aphria more than doubles its revenue from first to second quarter of 2016
Smoking pot may not pose harmful effects on the developing teenage brain
Four questions prospective Canadian cannabis exporters need to consider
Health Canada data shows strong growth in the medical marijuana program

General Interest
Ghostface Killah and Killah Priest release visual component to Wu Goo
Marijuana’s answer to Antabuse comes with some strange side effects
Big Bang producer Chuck Lorre is shopping around a pot dispensary comedy