February 8 Février, 2017

February 08, 2017


In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Health Canada announces plans to begin randomly testing medical cannabis from the country’s licensed producers and Vancouver is slowly but surely starting to weed out rogue pot shops in the city. A Bracebridge OPP officer is facing misconduct charges for attending a legalization conference and a Sydney man wants the province of Nova Scotia to foot his med pot bills. Canadian companies are looking to create drug policies to accommodate medical cannabis patients in the workplace and a Hamilton woman is facing charges after her dispensary was raided by police last week. Also, Legoland Windsor workers find a Breaking Bad-like grow-op on the grounds of the amusement park, UFC star Nick Diaz stars in an ‘American Stoner’ commercial, and blunts are on high in Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa’s new video for “Ain’t Nothing.” Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Companies look to create drug policies to accommodate medical cannabis users
CGC appears to be ahead of budding race to dominate Canada’s cannabis space
Canopy Growth Corporation to announce its fiscal third quarter results on Feb. 14

The city of Vancouver is slowly but surely moving to shut down rogue pot shops
Bracebridge OPP officer faces three counts for attending legalization conference

Health Canada to begin randomly testing licensed producers’ medical cannabis
Sydney man wants the province of Nova Scotia to pay for his medical marijuana
Hamilton woman faces charges after her unlicensed dispensary raided last week
Women Grow: What does the future of cannabis leadership look like in Canada?

General Interest/Divers
Blunts on high in new video for Juicy J and Wiz Khlaifa’s “Ain’t Nothing” video
Philippines introduces new bill that would make it legal to use medical marijuana
Jamaica has received over a dozen applications to trademark cannabis businesses
UFC star Nick Diaz smokes weed and stars in an ‘American Stoner’ commercial
Legoland Windsor workers on hunt for asbestos find 50 pot plants hidden in park