February 2, 2016

March 16, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Vancouver is preparing to legalize 14 pot shops as Nova Scotia’s first compassion club opens in Dartmouth. Canada is lent legalization lessons from Holland, Portugal and the U.S., where the country’s first recreational cannabis drive-thru opens this spring in Oregon. North Korea is reported to be the third largest producer of hemp on the planet and former Chicago Bear Jim McMahon says medical marijuana got him off pain pills. Also, chronic cannabis use may be linked to reduced verbal memory in middle age and take a breathtaking National Geographic tour through Himalayan villages where farmers make their living cultivating cannabis crops. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Canadian cannabis producers eye changes to industry advertising regulations

Politics/Legalization
Canada provided legalization lessons from Holland, Portugal and the U.S.

Industry/Studies
Vancouver is preparing to legalize the first 14 of the city’s pot storefronts
Owner of Farm Assist Cannabis Resource Centre wants seized grass returned
Does Vancouver city councilor Melissa De Genova really like edibles?
Tasty Budd’s Compassion Club opens its doors for business in Dartmouth

General Interest
America’s first drive-thru recreational pot shops are set to open this spring
North Korea is reported to be the third largest producer of hemp in the world
Former Chicago Bear Jim McMahon says marijuana got him off pain pills
Chronic cannabis use may be linked to reduced verbal memory in middle-age
Photo essay: A view inside the Himalayan villages that grow cannabis
Here’s 129 random facts about cannabis you may or may not know!