February 10 Février, 2017

February 10, 2017

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: E-commerce and cannabis prove the new drivers for Canada’s largest industrial landlord and Canopy Health Innovations enters into a consulting agreement with Dr. Mark Ware. Seattle’s CannaCon tradeshow is expected to draw 12,000 enthusiasts next week and the state of Colorado reports sales of $1.3 billion in legal pot sales in 2016. Activist Montel Williams readies to roll out his line of medical cannabis strains and a battle unfolds in Nanaimo between two unlikely neighbours – a pot shop and day care. Also, pop star Robbie Williams reveals he blazed up in Buckingham Palace, Merry Jane investigates whether silicone smoking devises live up to the hype, and Pennsylvania’s weed-loving senator has some not-so-kind words for President Trump. Have a great weekend!

Canopy Growth
Canopy Health Innovations enters into consulting agreement with Dr. Mark Ware

Legalization/Légalisation
E-commerce and cannabis businesses are the top new drivers for Canadian REIT

Industry/Industrie
The state of Colorado sold $1.3 billion worth of recreational marijuana in 2016
Activist Montel Williams gets set to debut his own brand of medical marijuana
Battle unfolds in Nanaimo between unlikely neighbours: a pot shop and day care
12,000 expected at Seattle’s CannaCon next week for tradeshow’s fourth edition

General Interest/Divers
NS veteran Vince Rigby celebrated for his advocacy with Marijuana for Trauma
Merry Jane investigates whether silicone smoking accessories live up to the hype
Pop star Robbie Williams reveals he smoked weed inside Buckingham Palace
Pennsylvania’s weed-loving senator has some not-so-kind words for the president
Extract explores the top cannabis conferences and festivals to check out this year
MasterChef Canada finalist works at International Herbs and Medical Marijuana