February 24, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: Canada's largest pharmacy is exploring the possibility of selling marijuana and a decision is expected Wednesday in the Allard injunction. A Liberal Senate Forum is being held today to gauge public opinion on pot policies and federal prosecutors continue to maintain a hard line on cannabis crimes. Medical cannabis users are lobbying for edible cannabis products and Women Grow is launching a new chapter on Vancouver Island. Former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan wants to see cannabis legalized and Weed4Votes in California is handing out 10,000 pounds of free weed. Also, Jay and Silent Bob are seeking crowdfunding for “Chronic Blunt Punch” video game and a Brock University professor believes liquor store cannabis sales can help shed stigma around the plant. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Tilray, Tweed and Whistler Medical approved for extracts sales
Meet Arno Hazekamp, chief scientist at Bedrocan in Holland
Tweed recommends Quantum 9 for cannabis consulting excellency

Politics/Legalization
Shopper's Drug Mart is exploring possibility of selling marijuana 
Before legalizing country need determine who can grow cannabis
Federal prosecutors continue to maintain a hard line on pot crimes
Brock professor believes liquor store pot sales can help shed stigma
Liberal Senate Forum being held to gauge public opinion on pot

Industry/Studies
Canada's licensed producers want sales tax taken off marijuana  
Judge will decide today whether patients can grow their own grass
Medical cannabis users are lobbying for edible food products
Mettrum sales expand by 18% as company narrows its losses
Women Grow is launching a new chapter on Vancouver Island
Kids can't be an afterthought as country prepares for legalization

General Interest
Former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan wants cannabis legalized
Artist Cliff Galbraith discusses comics, censorship and cannabis
Weed4Votes in California to hand out 10,000 pounds of free weed
Jay and Silent Bob's “Chronic Blunt Punch” seeks crowdfunding