May 5, 2016

May 05, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair says the prime minister should have a criminal record if past cannabis charges stand and the federal government is again urged to move quickly on the contentious pot file. California will get a second chance to vote on legalization and Tweed is readying to help Smiths Falls plant a new community garden. Three Windsor millenials debate the merits of a recreational market and the Cannabis Health Clinic in Regina is pointing patients in the direction of a regulated industry. Vancouver updates permit listings for dispensaries seeking MMRU licenses, a naturopath is suspended for Skype consolations with medical marijuana patients and a man in Prince Albert wants to start selling weed legally, yesterday. Also, Jamaica is planning to unveil its medical marijuana regulations today and Alaska is set to pioneer pot shops for public consumption. Have a great day!

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Tweed steps in to help new Smiths Falls community garden flourish
Cannabis Health Clinic is helping patients access a regulated system

Liberals are dealing with heavy policy agenda by pacing themselves
Rush to open pot shops seems to be accelerating ahead of legalization
Mulcair says Trudeau should have a record for pot if other Canadians do
Federal government should move on marijuana file sooner than later
Pot prices may fall by up to 25% a year if legalization becomes a reality
Letters: Maclean’s cover about looming legalization was “ridiculous”
California is getting a second chance to vote on the issue of legalization
Three Windsor millenials debate the pros and cons of recreational pot

Vancouver updates permit listing for dispensaries seeking MMRU license
Regulations for Jamaica’s medical cannabis program expected today
Group of doctors urge Ottawa to invest $25 million into mmj research
Naturopath suspended for Skype consultations with cannabis patients
Mark McCaul wants to start selling weed in downtown Prince Albert

General Interest
Toronto Sun columnist Mark Bonokoski remembers college grass bust
Alaska is smartly set to pioneer pot shops for legal public consumption
Explore an HERB guide to understanding the exciting entourage effect