April 11, 2016

April 11, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Health Canada adds a list of new side-effects to its revised medical marijuana manual and police say the discovery of grow-ops in Alberta is drastically down. A Nova Scotia brain cancer patient is asking PM Trudeau for the right to grow his own cannabis and activist Dana Larsen invites NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to his suite. Colorado is debating a law that would allow medical marijuana use at school and Lift Cannabis reviews Tweed’s Penelope strain. Also, motorcycle racer Johnny Rock Page is being sponsored by a pot company and Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa are set to headline the Denver 420 Rally this weekend. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Lift Cannabis looks at Tweed’s Penelope strains for week’s strain reviews
Canopy CEO Bruce Linton discusses Canadian cannabis at TEDx Kanata

Crackdown on cannabis continues as liquor boards try to cash in on pot
Dana Larsen vows to give away 2 million seeds after arrest in Calgary

Revised medical marijuana manual adds list of new adverse pot effects
Police say the discovery of marijuana grow-ops in Alberta is falling fast
Colorado law allowing medical cannabis use at schools is being debated
Nova Scotia cancer patients wants to start growing his own cannabis

General Interest
Activist Dana Larsen invites NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to his suite
Motorcycle racer Johnny Page strikes sponsorship deal with pot company
Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa will headline the Denver Annual 420 Rally