February 9, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Ralph Goodale tries to clear the confusion over current cannabis laws as police ask for guidance to deal with pot shop chaos caused by Liberal legalization pledge. A committee in Saskatoon turns down medical marijuana licensing as the previous owner of the city’s lone compassion club says new dispensaries could pop up soon. In lighter news, hemp is reported to be the next thing that may power your car battery and ever wonder what it’s like to be a professional cannabis lawyer? Also, visit the frontlines of Puerto Rico’s legalization movement and check out some Valentine’s Day gifts for the cannabis lover in your life! Have a great day.

Politics/Legalization
Liberal legalization pledge has created pot shop chaos for police
Federal government reiterates recreational cannabis is still illegal
Goodale calls House to order and tries to clear cannabis confusion
Editorial: You needn’t be stoned to be confused over current laws
Le marché noir ne va pas mourir après la légalisation du cannabis

Industry/Studies
Mark Hauk: New compassion club could pop up soon in Saskatoon
Saskatchewan’s medical marijuana patient numbers are up in the air

General Interest  
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a professional cannabis lawyer?
Hemp may be the next thing to power the batter in your new car
Visit the front lines of Puerto Rico’s cannabis legalization movement
Flavor Flav pleads no contest to second pot-related DUI in two weeks
Here’s five Valentine’s Day gifts for the cannabis lover in your life!
Cannabis-infused chocolates make a perfect treat for this Valentine’s