January 20 Janvier, 2017

January 20, 2017

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: German lawmakers pass a bill to legalize medical marijuana and Regina police claim a billboard advertising a Vancouver dispensary is “100% illegal.” The city of Hamilton is abandoning its hands-off approach to pot shop enforcement and a new Saskatoon clinic hopes to dispel myths about medical cannabis. Firsthand takes a firsthand look at the future of legal marijuana and Tweed can now triple its production potential with the purchase of the former Hershey factory in Smiths Falls. Also, 2 Chainz takes Billboard into the backroom of his go-to dispensary, Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Snoop Dogg talk playing Tupac on a new episode of GGN, and Wiz Khalifa believes people will eventually be able to buy weed at Whole Foods. Have a great weekend!

Canopy Growth
Firsthand documentary takes a firsthand look the future of legal marijuana-Part 1
Firsthand documentary takes a firsthand look the future of legal marijuana-Part 2
Tweed set to triple its production potential with purchase of former Hershey factory
Production assistant Mary has looked back since joining the Tweed team two years ago

Legalization/Légalisation
Regina police claim billboard advertising medical cannabis in the city is “100% illegal”

Industry/Industrie
German lawmakers pass a bill to legalize medical marijuana prescriptions in the country
The city of Hamilton is abandoning its hands-off approach to pot shop enforcement
Saskatoon business hopes to dispel myths about medical cannabis in the community

General Interest/Divers
Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Snoop Dogg talk playing Tupac Shakur in “All Eyez on Me”
Rapper 2 Chainz takes Billboard into the backroom of his go-to marijuana dispensary
Wiz Khalifa believes that people will one day be able to go and buy pot at Whole Foods