In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Fourteen district attorneys are slated to advise the Trump government on the best course of action for recreational cannabis and a Medicine Hat senior says the process of getting medical marijuana is simply too complicated. Radical Gardens is eyeing the edibles market in Timmins and is a lack of communication between dispensaries and police putting communities at risk? Tweed President Mark Zekulin discusses transforming a former Hershey factory to the largest weed plant on the planet and Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith comes under fire for calling for the decriminalization of all drugs. Also, former NBA star Stephen Jackson admits to smoking weed before league games, Apple files a patent application for what may (or may not) be the company’s first vape pen, and meet the “WeedTubers” that are making some serious green smoking grass on the internet. Have a great day!
Tweed president talks transforming a former Hershey factory to a state-of-the-art pot plant
Mettrum receives court approval for its proposed plan to merge with Canopy Growth Corp.
How are Canadian companies positioning for Germany’s new medical cannabis program?
Fourteen district attorneys to advise Trump government on best course for legal pot policy
Will Maryland soon become the ninth state in the U.S. to legalize recreational marijuana?
Medicine Hat senior says the process to get medical marijuana is simply too complicated
Radical Gardens company eyeing marijuana edibles market in the small town of Timmins
Is a lack of communication between dispensaries and police putting the community at risk?
Apple files application to patent office for an “apparatus for vaporization or sublimation”
Former NBA star Stephen Jackson admits that he smoked weed before a few league games
Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith calls for the decriminalization of all drugs in Canada
Meet the “WeedTubers” that are making some serious green smoking grass on the internet