April 5, 2016

April 05, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Bedrocan is planning a Masterclass course for medical professionals and public vaping is counted among the Ontario government’s flip-flops. Activist Dana Larsen will begin his 14-city Canadian tour in Kelowna today and a new storefront is set to open shop in Campbelford next month. Australian advocates will hold free cannabis picnics over the summer and The Denver Post is seeking a weed reporter who can pass a drug test. Also, The Game is readying to launch a new cannabis product line and Keith Richards says he’s put the hard stuff down, but still holds pot on high. Have a great day!

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Bedrocan Canada hosts Masterclass course for medical professionals
Tweed’s facility at Niagara-on-the-Lake granted expansion license
Morning Hi proves early bird gets the word in daily cannabis news

Politics/Legalization
Legal cannabis oil market is still very much in its infancy in Canada
Dana Larsen’s 14-city cross Canada tour begins today in Kelowna

Industry/Studies
Public vaping of medical marijuana listed among Ontario’s flip-flops
Changes to Smoke Free Ontario Act will violate medical marijuana rights
CannaDaze storefront in Campbelford is set to open shop on May 6

General Interest
The Denver Post is looking for a cannabis journalist who can pass drug test
Keith Richards says the he’s put the hard stuff down but holds pot on high
Advocates in Australia will hold free cannabis picnics over the summer
Hip-hop pioneer Dr. Dre will be honoured with marathon marijuana mix
Rapper The Game is working on a new line of weed-infused products
Merry Jane presents the Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa summer tour