February 23, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: Federal prosecutors continue to maintain a hard line on pot laws as legalization looms and the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse aims to bring clarity to the national cannabis dialogue. The union representing the NLC in Newfoundland is on board with cannabis distribution and Aphria's expansion into oils could be a game changer. Cannarelief is marketing a product to help bring you down from a green-out and Saudi Arabia continues to execute its citizens over hashish. Also, try 15 cannabis-infused vegan dishes and check out a list of endangered species that could be saved by cannabis legalization. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Toronto Life guides discerning Torontonians through strain picks
Stakeholders need to come together to protect young people from pot
Canopy Growth Corporation has another strong trading season

Federal prosecutors continue to maintain hard line on pot laws
Union representing NLC in Newfoundland on board with cannabis
Public forum in Ottawa levels that pot is a real threat to teenagers
Misinformation about marijuana is putting young people at risk

Aphria's expansion into cannabis oils could well be a game changer
Baby whose parents were fighting to treat with cannabis oil dies
Preview: VICE on HBO to highlight corporate cannabis takeover 

General Interest
Cannarelief is the market's first product to help bring your high down
Here's a list of endangered species cannabis legalization could save
Saudi Arabia continues to behead its citizens for trafficking hashish
Check out 15 delicious cannabis-infused dishes for stoner vegans
Alan Gertner quit his dream job at Google to roll the cannabis dice