March 7, 2016

March 17, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today's news: Health Canada flags nine legalization factors for Liberals to consider and the CEO of Manitoba's Liquor and Lotteries says pot and booze don't mix as province considers marijuana distribution model. Trudeau is called on to decriminalize cannabis and Vancouver dispensaries claim city's interpretation of school distance limits is missing the mark. In lighter news, explore Bob Marley and the Sex Pistols through the work of legendary photographer Dennis Morris and get bent back into shape with ganja yoga. Also, the release of GQ Pharmaceuticals' Epidiolex is set to send stock skyrocketing and meet the Wall Street veterans behind America's marijuana exchange index. Have a great day!

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Politics/Legalization
Health Canada flags nine legalization factors for Liberal to consider
Jesse Kline investigates how not to sell legal cannabis in Canada
Toronto Sun calls on Trudeau Liberals to decriminalize marijuana

Industry/Studies
Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries CEO says pot and booze don't mix well
Toronto and Vancouver are experiencing rapid pot shop expansion
Editorial: Federal government should not appeal ruling in Allard case
Meet the Wall Street veterans behind America's marijuana exchange 
Release of GW Pharmaceuticals Epidiolex to send stock skyrocketing
American recreational cannabis market is poised for large expansion
Vancouver dispensary claims city's interpretation of distance limits
Cannabis Supply Co. in Brantford is starting expansion of its facility

General Interest
Exploring a ganja yoga studio is a great way to get bent into shape!
Legendary photographer Dennis Morris on Bob Marley and Sex Pistols