March 24, 2016

April 04, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Cannabis advocates were left out in the cold when Liberals tabled their federal budget and a child’s Charlotte’s Web treatment oil is being held at the Canadian border. Toronto residents are apparently fine with recent crop up of pot shops in the city and a suit at the Vancouver Auto Show is being used to simulate stoned driving. Contest winners take in an NHL game with DNA Genetics and the Cannabis Investing Virtual Event will feature Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton. Also, a Colorado town in decline is setting sight on cannabis to resuscitate struggling economy and Four Twenty Trading Co. is bringing weed wear to beaches on the West Coast. Have a great long weekend!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Cannabis Investing Virtual Event will feature Canopy CEO Bruce Linton
Contest winners take in NHL game with the guys from DNA Genetics

Politics/Legalization
Cannabis advocates left out in the cold when federal budget was announced
Many Toronto residents are fine with recent pop shop crop up in Toronto

Industry/Studies
A child’s Charlotte’s Web treatment oil is being held at the Canadian border
Stoned suit displayed at Vancouver Auto Show mimics effects of drug driving

General Interest
Four Twenty Trading Co. is bringing weed wear to beaches on the West Coast
Colorado town in decline looks to cannabis to resuscitate struggling economy