In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Ontario nurses are refusing to give a young child his cannabis oil and OPSEU’s president will today hold a press conference to discuss recreational marijuana sales. A medical cannabis clinic in Sydney is serving more than 400 patients in its first year and Pennsylvania’s governor says prohibition is clogging the state’s prison cells. CGC CEO Bruce Linton responds to Peter Thurley’s National Post article and a Truro-area entrepreneur is looking to solve the demand for grass on the East Coast. Also, Nate Diaz and Snoop light up a fat joint post-High Road Tour, John Salley says medical marijuana would have extended his playing career, and Sublime with Rome explore their latest strain collaboration with Wonderbrett. Have a great day!
Ontario nurses are refusing to give a young child cannabis oil while in their care
Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton responds to Peter Thurley’s National Post article
PI analyst Jason Zandberg gives Canopy Growth Corporation a thumbs up on market
OPSEU president will hold a press conference today to discuss recreational pot sales
Victoria dealing with fallout from rejected pot shop policing policy proposed last year
Pennsylvania’s governor says cannabis prohibition is clogging the state’s prisons
Is medical marijuana really changing how employees use sick days in the workplace?
Truro-area entrepreneur looking to meet the significant demand of medical cannabis
Mixed Martial Arts coach Eddie Bravo breaks down the art of mastering your high
John Salley says his playing career would have been extended by medical cannabis
Sublime with Rome and WonderBrett explain their latest strain collaboration
Nate Diaz and Snoop Dogg light up a fat joint after High Road Tour over weekend
Joggers, cannabis consumers come together in SF over the weekend for a 4.2 mile race
Weed art is taking the creative side of the cannabis experience to the next level
HAPPY Parties offers connoisseurs a new twist on the traditional Tupperware party