February 17 Février, 2017

February 17, 2017

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: The B.C. Supreme Court rules cities in the province have the right to deny dispensaries business licenses and Bill Blair is launching a tour to meet with Canadians on the prospect of the country’s legalization plans. Athabasca RCMP continue to warn motorists that marijuana remains illegal and NBA champion John Salley says Canopy Growth is the best investment he’s ever made. Mothers in Texas are secretly using cannabis to treat postpartum depression and Kenya is being petitioned to legalize medical marijuana. Also, CNN correspondent Sanjay Gupta says he regrets ever demonizing cannabis, Rae Sremmurd and Snoop hash it up about early failures over blunts on GGN, and Ziggy Marley talks music, legalization and soccer with his father Bob. Have a great weekend!

Canopy Growth
CGC CEO Bruce Linton joins Peter Armstrong on new episode of On The Money
NBA champion John Salley says CGC is one of the best investments he’s made

Legalization/Légalisation
Canadian government sparking discussion on how to go about legalizing marijuana
Bill Blair launching tour to meet with Canadian and discuss cannabis legalization
Athabasca RCMP are continuing to remind motorists that marijuana is still illegal

Industry/Industrie
B.C. Supreme Court rules cities have right to deny business licenses to dispensaries
Quebec native faces charges after Hamilton Police raid another dispensary in the city
Wales woman with multiple sclerosis calls for the legalization of medical marijuana
Hamilton man facing charges after police raid unlicensed pot shop in Burlington
Mothers in Texas are very secretly using cannabis to battle postpartum depression
Kenya is being petitioned to fully decriminalize medical marijuana country patients

General Interest/Divers
Merry Jane: Ziggy Marley talks music, legalization and playing soccer with his father
Rae Sremmurd and Snoop Dogg talk energy and early failures over blunts on GGN
Former NFL star Ricky Williams discusses marijuana, Lenny Kravits, Roger Goodell
CNN correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta says he regrets ever demonizing marijuana