March 4, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: A second round of storefront appeals in Vancouver ends in three rejections and a North Shore dispensary is causing concern for parents of area children. A medical cannabis patient is turned away with joints in hand at the CN Tower and a Torontoist list of where marijuana could be sold includes Loblaws and Uber. Reefer madness makes the rounds and recreational cannabis is reported to be doing for the U.S. what the war on drugs couldn't. In lighter news, pajamas will be optional at Portland's first multi-course chronic brunch and the government of Nova Scotia is paying The Trailer Park Boys to stay in the province. Also, Vans is readying to roll-out a line of munchie-themed shoes and former Detroit Red Wings bruiser Darren McCarty is battling alcohol dependence with medical marijuana. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
CEO Bruce Linton discusses Allard, Snoop and Shoppers with Lift
J.P . Howard took the Road Less Travelled to get to Tweed Inc.
Bedrocan's Bedica is reported to possess high levels of myrcene

Politics/Legalization
Globe sums up how Canadians are feeling about legal pot prospects
Torontoist list of where cannabis may be sold includes Uber and Loblaws

Industry/Studies
Second round of dispensary appeals in Vancouver ends in rejections
North Shore dispensary causing concern for parents of local children
Letter: Reefer madness and anti-pot propaganda still make the rounds
Legal cannabis is doing what war on drugs couldn't south of border
Medical patient is turned away with marijuana from CN Tower tour

General Interest
Explore how a talented millennial created the Facebook of cannabis
The real buzz: Canna bees trained to produce honey from marijuana
Latest science helps to debunk another age-old marijuana myth
Former Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty battles alcoholism with weed
Pajamas are optional at Portland's first multi-course cannabis brunch
Nova Scotia paying Trailer Park Boys nearly a million to stay in province
Vans readying to roll-out line of munchie-themed shoes for the summer
Bee Nails can help take your dabbing experience to the next level