May 11, 2016

May 11, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Winnipeg city hall says it’s too early to draft rules for recreational marijuana and mainstream pot ads could soon be coming to Toronto. Health Canada updates its enforcement report and the Globe explores seven cannabis stocks showing strong growth. The Grateful Dead look to boost support for legalization in California and the Jackass crew is heading to Higher Limits vape lounge in Winsdor. Also, take a look at Oregon’s craft cannabis industry and find out how a former Dell exec made a car out of cannabis. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Australian medical marijuana sales expected to start in early 2017
Health Canada updates quarterly compliance enforcement report
Canada has 10 tons of medical marijuana still in its inventory

Politics/Legalization
Winnipeg city hall says it’s too early to draft recreational pot rules
The Grateful Dead look to boost support for legalization on Kimmel

Industry/Studies
Seven cannabis company stocks showing strong revenue growth
Vancouver pot shops not be judged same-same by Board of Variance
City of Vancouver issues $250 tickets to 78 pot shops for violations
Mainstream marijuana advertisements could be coming to TO soon

General Interest
Jackass crew heading to Higher Limits vape lounge in Windsor
Find out how a former Dell executive made a car out of cannabis
Sophomore in NC is unfairly suspended for smelling like marijuana
Take an inside look at Oregon’s connoisseur craft cannabis industry
Explore HERB’s five reasons for consuming cannabis before bed
Ex-Google exec ditches high-paying job to co-found Tokyo Smoke