In today’s news: Bruce Linton calls the notion LPs are behind crackdown on Toronto pot shops a conspiracy theory as the city’s unlicensed dispensaries vow to continue selling product. Canopy Growth receives conditional approval to list its shares on the TSX and, despite having a prescription, a 12-year-old is being denied medical marijuana by her Nova Scotia group home. A new study shows long-term pot use doesn’t pose negative health effects and Canadian street dealers are looking for an exit strategy in light of looming legalization. Also, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa release a new video for “Kush Ups” and an Orlando woman is being charged after burning her teenage son’s hand over a weed deal gone bad. Have a great day!
Could crackdown on Toronto pot shops jeopardize street gang headway?
Toronto’s pot shop owners say they will continue to defy Canadian law
Canadian weed dealers are looking for an extra strategy out of the game
Twelve-year-old in NS group home denied cannabis despite prescription
New study shows long-term pot use doesn’t have negative health effect
The Anxiolytic properties of cannabis could help treatment of PTSD
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