August 16 Août, 2016

August 16, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canadian pot shop owners question waiting until reform to start selling cannabis and the Calgary Police Commission pushes for roadside drug tests ahead of legalization. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne fields questions about looming new pot laws and a not-for-profit dispensary opens in Regina. A medical marijuana clinic in Sudbury is seeing large growth and Victoria’s top secret grow-op is ready to harvest its first crop. Also, police in Southern Oregon find a port-o-potty stuffed with grass, politicos in Maryland are being awarded producer licenses, and the best feature of this new putter is a one hitter for your grass needs on the greens. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Grow-your-own rules won’t pose a threat to business at Canada’s producers
Medical marijuana patients find friendly place to consume at Tweed Shindig
Watch a timelapse of Tweed’s Front Yard Shindig in less than one minute

Legalization/Légalisation
Canadian pot shop owners asking why wait for legalization to start selling?
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne fields questions about cannabis legalization
Calgary Police Commission pushes for roadside drug testing ahead of reform

Industry/Industrie
Not-for-profit pot shop opens in Regina to service only card-carrying members
Victoria’s top secret medical marijuana facility is ready to harvest its first crop
Medical marijuana clinic in Sudbury is reporting strong growth in first months
(FR) Organi-K souhaite produire marijuana à des fins médicales a Trois-Rivières

General Interest/Divers
Police officers and politicos are being awarded producer licenses in Maryland
American President Barack Obama embraces cannabis music in a major way
Police in Southern Oregon find a port-o-potty converted to a cannabis grow-op
The best feature of this putter is the hidden one-hitter for grass on the greens