March 31, 2016

April 04, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: New Brunswick’s premier announces nearly $1 million in funding for province’s lone licensed producer and Prime Minister Trudeau says he will not smoke cannabis when government moves to legalize the herb. Tweed Farms is granted license approval for its full facility and the CDC is urging doctors in the U.S. to stop testing for marijuana. Also, Microsoft’s racist chatbox claims it is smoking kush in front of police and Whoopi Goldberg is launching a new line of medical marijuana products to help stop menstrual cramps. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Health Canada grants Tweed Farms production and processing license

Politics/Legalization
NB premier announces almost $1 million in funding for OrganiGram
Trudeau says Ottawa will regulate marijuana when it has “the right solution”

Industry/Studies
Take a tour of Tilray’s $30-million medical cannabis facility in Nanaimo
Liberals discriminating against mmj users with changes to Smoke Free Act 

General Interest
Microsoft’s racist chatbot claims it is smoking kush in front of police
CDC urges doctors in the U.S.to stop testing patients for marijuana
Pot-pairing events are the new hot trend in recreational cannabis world
Whoopi Goldberg is launching a new line of medical marijuana products