In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Ottawa councillor Shad Qadri leaves Stittsville’s new dispensary with the same opinion he walked in with and Tweed’s 24-Hour Strain Name Game winners get the chance to meet Snoop Dogg. Now Toronto traces the planets on a hunt for a dispensary in TO and BNN analysts weigh in on the viability of CGC stock. WikiLeaks exposes big alcohol for lobbying against the cannabis industry and Dixie Brands valuation is set to exceed $160 million. Also, the consultants who helped a South Dakota tribe build the first pot resort are facing possession charges, the world’s smallest bong looks like a toothpick on fireworks and is smoking weed the smartest thing Aldon Smith has ever done? Have a great day!
Column: Reformed Canadian cannabis laws will likely be very strict
Shad Qadri leaves Stittsville dispensary with his mind unchanged
Now Toronto traces the planets on the hunt for a dispensary in TO
WikiLeaks exposes fact alcohol industry lobbying against marijuana
Dixie Brands president Tripp Keber readies for billion-dollar brands
Fast Company maps the success of young cannabis startup MassRoots
(FR) Chef américain Chris Sayegh offre un menu tout cannabis
Is smoking weed really the smartest thing Aldon Smith has ever done?
HERB: The world’s smallest bong looks like a toothpick on fireworks!
Marijuana may well be a natural aphrodisiac (if you don’t get too high)
The Kind explores what goes into growing a Cup winning weed strains
South Dakota tribe’s pot resort consultants facing possession charges