In today’s news: Bill Blair says he was skeptical cannabis could be grown in a healthy way until he visited Bedrocan and Tweed is pleased to serve as the Lift Expo title sponsor. Same-day cannabis delivery has arrived in Canada and the Liberals’ point man on the pot file labels unlicensed dispensaries as “reckless.” Cannabis is counted among items that need to be investigated by the Conservative Party as it looks to revamp and tour Vancouver’s lone licensed dispensary. Barcelona’s first female mayor grants amnesty to cannabis clubs and a new seed company in Port Colborne is ready for reformed regulations. Also, the list of Tommy Chong’s smoking partners is an extensive Hollywood roster and rapper Twista is cleared of charges related to his marijuana arrest. Have a great day!
Canopy Growth Corporation
Bill Blair was skeptical about cannabis until he visited Bedrocan
Radio host on CFMJ gets lyrical about Tweed’s product design
Same-day delivery of medical cannabis has arrived in Canada
Tweed pleased to serve as title sponsor of the Toronto Lift Expo
Liberal pot point man labels unlicensed dispensaries as reckless
Could legalization impact how police arrest impaired drivers?
Cannabis counted among Conservative party policy revamps
There is a reason to explain crackdown on Toronto dispensaries
Barcelona’s first female mayor grants amnesty to cannabis clubs
Jason Pinsky is fighting to improve the cannabis landscape in NY
List of Tommy Chong’s smoking partners is a Hollywood roster
Parents let son grow six figure cannabis crop to pay for drug debt
Rapper Twista will not face charges related to marijuana arrest