March 30, 2016

April 04, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Vancouver is giving city dispensaries until April 29 to follow the rules or close the doors and cannabis oil proves a saving grace for a British Columbia woman after her end-of-life diagnosis. Firms in the U.S. are betting big on Israel’s medical marijuana program and Columbia joins Chile and Mexico in supporting legalization. In lighter news, a billboard calling on Trudeau to end pot prosecutions is being erected in Ottawa and California’s small-scale growers may be pushed out by the state. Also, Wiz Khalifa’s wife and son star in new video for “Zoney” and Rush says honey oil inspired the band when recording 2112. Have a great day!

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Politics/Legalization
Canadians should be privy to a formal referendum on marijuana legalization
Toronto marijuana job fair seeking weed brokers proves a laughing matter
Columbia joins Chile and Mexico in calling for legalization of cannabis

Industry/Studies
Vancouver gives new deadline of April 29 to dispensaries to close doors
Firms in the United States are betting big on Israel’s medical marijuana
Cannabis oil proves a saving grace for woman after end-of-life diagnosis  
Cannabis club in Colorado hand out free product to vets to treat PTSD
Israel is doing a good job of cornering the medical marijuana market

General Interest
Wiz Khalifa’s wife and son star in the rap star’s new video for Zoney
Honey oil was inspiration to Rush when band recorded 2112 album
Billboard calling on Trudeau to stop pot prosecutions being erected in Ottawa
Are California’s small-scale growers about to get pushed out by the state?