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March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: The city of Saskatoon is taking a hands-off approach to dispensaries and 10-year-old cannabis exile Alexis Bortell returns to Dallas. Tweed president Mark Zekulin joins CHQR and Australia is taking the next steps to legalize medical cannabis. A four-star Boston chef is arrested at the Canadian border with 20 pounds of edibles and a Manitoba chief is confronted at Winnipeg airport as sacred pouch mistaken for bag of chronic. Also, Krishna Andavolu discusses what his mom thinks about him smoking on Weediquette and Bill O'Reilly goes head to head with legendary stoner duo Cheech and Chong. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Tweed Inc. president Mark Zekulin interviews on CHQR-Part 1
Tweed Inc. president Mark Zekulin interviews on CHQR-Part 2
M Partners raises estimates of Canopy Growth Corp. stock to $3.50

Politics/Legalization
City of Saskatoon is taking a hands-off approach to compassion clubs

Industry/Studies
Ten-year-old medical marijuana exile Alexis Bortell returns to Dallas
Australia is about to take the nest steps to legalizing medical cannabis

General Interest
Could cannabis-infused gelato bet the ticket to winning Italian over?
Four-star chef arrested at Canadian border with 20 pounds of edible
Lil Wayne lights up a spiff and calls on government to legalize pot
Bill O'Reilly goes head to head with stoner duo Cheech and Chong
Krishna Andavolu delves into what his mom think of him smoking weed
Cheeba Chews produces over 2 million cannabis-infused candies a year
Manitoba chief confronted at Winnipeg airport over sacred pouch