June 10, 2016

June 10, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: BC Ferries says it has the right to ban medical marijuana on the high seas and licensed producers continue crusade to see cannabis is exempt from sales tax. Tilray begins shipping its product to Croatia and the Alaskan Marijuana Control Board approves 10 new cultivation facilities. Tweed throws Boaty McBoatface a life preserver and, despite pot shop crackdowns, cannabis entrepreneurs are betting on a future of edibles. Also, Hamilton’s “High Priest of Pot” passes at 67 and Merry Jane offers up a Father’s Day guide for the cannabis enthusiast. Have a great weekend!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Tweed throws Boaty McBoatface a life preserver after English controversy
Canopy Growth uptrends after conditional approval from TSX exchange

Politics/Legalization
Letters: Are pot shops a real concern or simply a government scare tactic?

Industry/Studies
BC Ferries says it has the right to ban medical marijuana on the high seas
Should cannabis sold by Licensed Producers of the MMPR be tax exempt?
Canadian producer Tilray begins shipping its medical cannabis to Croatia
Cannabis entrepreneurs are betting on edibles despite dispensary crackdown
Marijuana Control Board in Alaska approves 10 new cultivation facilities

General Interest
Merry Jane offer a Father’s Day guide for cannabis enthusiast to enjoy
Hamilton’s legendary “High Priest of Pot” Michael Baldasaro dies at age 67