January 25, 2016

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: The owner of the Toronto dispensary raided late last week is vowing to reopen and CCAN’s acquisition of Hydropothecary proves a good deal gone bad. The legalization of cannabis could mean a cash surplus for federal coffers and Canada’s largest licensed producer is encouraging Ottawa to begin the recreational cannabis roll-out with mail order program. In lighter news, Seth Rogan’s role as a cannabis activist goes beyond starring in stoner flicks and Kevin Smith is directing an upcoming pot TV comedy. Also, the world’s first marijuana mall is set to open in Colorado and does the NFL owe Chandler Jones an apology for his inglorious run-in with synthetic marijuana? Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Trudeau’s legalization pledge should see cash surplus added to federal coffers
Canada’s largest LP is urging Ottawa to distribute cannabis through the mail
Check out the latest Lift Cannabis reviews of Tweed’s Clearwater strain

Big cannabis wants to root out the illegal dispensaries popping up across country

Owner of recently raided Toronto dispensary vows to reopen his vapour lounge
Good deals gone bad: The CCAN acquisition of Hydropothecary is a bust

General Interest
The world’s first marijuana mall is being planned for opening in Colorado
Seth Rogan’s role in cannabis activism goes beyond starring in stoner flicks
Does the National Football League actually owe Chandler Jones an apology?
The cannabis industry is in the business of attracting the best and brightest minds
Director Kevin Smiths is to star in upcoming pot TV comedy ‘Hollyweed’
This is what the world looks like according to perennial stoner Tommy Chong