February 17, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: The board of variance in Vancouver is hearing appeals from unapproved city dispensaries and Princess Margaret lottery pulls a charity home from its offering because of proximity to an MMAR grow. DSG partners with Tweed and Bedrocan and the Snoops Dogg deal is said to take the company's global presence to the next level. Police chiefs continue to call on the government to remind Canadians cannabis is illegal and start-ups step in for weary banks as marijuana sales in the States skyrocket. Also, scientists have identified the gene variant that influences how weed affects the individual and Tommy Chong talks Snoop, Sanders and chicken wings! Have a great day.

Canopy Growth Corporation
Snoop deal takes Tweed 's global presence to the next level
Midas Letter conducts Q/A with Bruce Linton about Snoop Dogg
DSG partners with Tweed and Bedrocan for quality of life study
Bedrocan uses HEPA air filters to limit community impact of pot
Canopy looks to dominate nationally and expand internationally

Politics/Legalization
Provinces can use existing liquor store infrastructure for legal pot
Police chiefs want the government to remind people pot is illegal 

Industry/Studies
Board of variance will hear appeal from Vancouver's dispensaries
Hospital pulls home from charity due to proximity to legal grow
Will Canada move to ban all forms of smoking but cannabis?
Vancouver needs to embrace its growing cannabis celebration
Start-ups step in for weary banks as marijuana sales skyrocket

General Interest
Tommy Chong talks weed, Snoop, Bernie Sanders and wings
Marijuana grower avoids jail time because his plants were awful
The best and worst fake marijuana stories the world fell for
Scientists identify gene variant that influences how weed affects you