February 16 Février, 2017

February 16, 2017

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Dispensary owners gather outside city hall in Hamilton to protest the crackdown on pot shops in the city and West Shore RCMP swoop in to shut down Langford’s lone dispensary. Colorado is on the cusp of becoming the first state to allow pot clubs to operate and chronic pain patients in New Jersey are seeking the right to use medical cannabis. Two dispensaries in Saint John reopen after recent raids on the storefront operations and AusCann Group readies for the harvest of its first Chilean crop. Also, ex-models are running one of New York City’s most popular weed delivery services, weed-based manicures find a place of acceptance in the community, and Business Insider finds out what it’s like to attend a $125 cannabis pairing dinner. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Canada’s cannabis industry balks at tobacco rules and plain packaging on marijuana
CGC charts exponential growth in revenue and patient base at it releases its Q3 results
AusCann Group Holdings readies to harvest first medical cannabis crop in Chile in April

Legalization/Légalisation
There’s no mention of including munchies with Canada Post deliveries of legal cannabis

Industry/Industrie
Dispensary owners gather at Hamilton city hall to protest the city’s pot shop crackdown
West Shore RCMP swoop in to shut down Langford’s Green Tree Medical Dispensary
Colorado is on the cusp of becoming the first state to allow licensed pot clubs to operate
Municipal officials say pot shops targeted by authorities as soon as they open their doors
Migraine and chronic pain patients in New Jersey seeking OK to use medical marijuana
King Canna and HBB Medical dispensaries in Saint John both reopen after shops raids

General Interest/Divers
Ex-models are running one of New York City’s most successful weed delivery services
“Dangers and Consequences of Marijuana Abuse” publication pulled from DEA websit
Cannabis-based manicures quickly approaching a place of acceptance in the community
Business Insider: What it’s like to attend a $125 cannabis pairing dinner with pot and food