February 3, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Tweed president Mark Zekulin speaks with CFRA about possible changes to marijuana advertising restrictions and Aurora Cannabis is readying to release a 25% CBD strain this February. Licensed pot shops will begin operating legally in Vancouver in March and a Richmond Hill storefront continues to prop up. American cannabis companies are preparing for the first nearly legal Super Bowl ads and Lift investigates the challenges of transitioning from a black to legal market. Also, find out what strains are best for an anxious mind and outgoing personality and marijuana’s future is looking bright in Alaska, where dramatic oil price drops have challenged the levees of the state’s economy. Have a great day!

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Tweed president speaks with CFRA about changes to cannabis advertising

PM Trudeau could buy himself a legal high ground with a $5 billion a year
Investigating the challenges of transitioning from the black to legal market

Licensed pot shops will be up and running by March in Vancouver
Aurora Cannabis is set to introduce a new 25% CBD strain this month
Public claims pot shop continues to pop up in downtown Richmond Hill
American cannabis shops preparing to play nearly legal Super Bowl ads
Marijuana businesses will need to figure out where to stash $6.7 billion

General Interest
Marijuana’s future is looking brighter in Alaska as oil prices plummet
What strains are the best fit for the anxious mind and outgoing personality