February 29, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: The Liberal government's pot point man says cannabis is still illegal as a new poll shows a majority of Canadians believe marijuana should be legalized. Storefront demand for medical cannabis grows as the University of Saskatchewan prepares to host a symposium on the contentious topic. Tilray sees opportunity in federal court ruling last week and Canada's booming underground cannabis market is apparently not going anywhere. Also, B-Real of discusses legalization and new Cypress Hill album and some of the world's leading medical cannabis research is coming out of Israel. Tommy Chong touts legalization at Oscars after party and a California prison town is turning to cannabis to try to resuscitate its struggling economy. Have a great day!

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Storefront demand for medical cannabis continues to grow in Canada
Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton joins Business New Network
Tweed's new tasty muffin mix is now available in company shop
Hospital emergency rooms in Colorado treating more tourists for pot
Lift Cannabis reviews Tweed's Strangelove in strains of the week

Liberal pot point man Bill Blair says cannabis is still illegal in Canada 
A healthy majority of Canadians still believe marijuana should be legal
What can Canada learn from the U.S. and Uruguay about selling pot?
Liberals must outline clear plan for how to proceed with legalization
PQ says marijuana should be legalized in Quebec and across Canada
University of Saskatchewan hosting symposium to explore legalization

Canada's cannabis gray market boom isn't reportedly going anywhere
Five ways to improve MMPR include over-the-counter cannabis sales
Tilray sees opportunity in federal court ruling on medical marijuana
Hotbox is a British Columbia-based marijuana grow-op on wheels

General Interest
Tommy Chong touts the legalization of marijuana at Oscars after party
Second-grader's story leads to massive pot bust at a home in Vermont
B-Real of Cypress Hill discusses new album, legalization and the lottery
Some of world's leading medical marijuana research is coming fro Israel
California prison town turns to cannabis to revive struggling economy