January 22, 2016

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Legalization could mean the end of the line for Vancouver’s dispensaries and Rona Ambrose comes under fire for mixing Conservative messaging on recreational cannabis. Canada’s largest licensed producer is lobbying Ottawa to regulate the country’s flowering illegal market and Goodweeds Vapor Lounge is raided by Toronto police. ABcann is working with the University of Guelph to develop irrigation techonology for the cannabis industry and urgent support is called on for wounded soldiers seeking treatment using non-traditional means like medical marijuana. In lighter news, learn how to attend a cannabis conference from your bed and check out some hot marijuana-themed fashions to get you through the cold winter months. Have a great weekend!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Canada’s largest licensed producer is lobbying Ottawa to regulate illegal market
L’industrie de la marijuana médicale veut accès prioritaire au marché récréatif
Huffington Post: http://huff.to/1RDaC4v
CJBC: http://bit.ly/1S9fmxr
La marijuana récréatif pourrait représentes un marchéde 4 à 5 milliards de dollars

Politics/Legalization
Legalization could mean the end of the line for Vancouver’s dispensaries
Rona Ambrose comes under fire for mixing messaging on Tories’ pot stance
Interim Conservative leader apparently did not call for marijuana legalization

Industry/Studies
Goodweeds Vapor Lounge in Toronto was yesterday raided by city police
Urgent support needed for wounded soldiers seeking non-traditional care
ABcann working with U of Guelph to develop cannabis irrigation technology
Lift how-to: Choose your medical cannabis and Canadian licensed producer
Is there a novel way to help curb marijuana use among today’s youth?

General Interest
Learn how to attend a world-class cannabis conference without leaving your bed
Check out some hot marijuana-themed fashions for the cold winter months