In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: A new CAMH study shows cannabis use is on the rise among adults over 50 and Veterans Affairs Canada is set to take Blue Cross to task over the release of personal client information. Two people face charges after New Brunswick RCMP raid a Campbellton dispensary and the owner of Healing Tree in St. John’s says police carried out a search on his shop without a warrant. Australian researchers are to test whether cannabis can help treat pancreatic cancer and Toronto’s “vulnerable” dispensary community is reportedly reluctant to report pot shop robberies. Also, a Craigslist ad is promoting $325 sandwich bags stuffed with “free weed,” the Coco Chanel of cannabis is designing handbags for the modern lady aficionado, and Coachella’s owner is said to be a climate change denier who supports anti-weed and anti-gay groups. Have a great day!
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The Healing Tree owner in St. John’s says police carried out search without warrant
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The Coco Chanel of cannabis is designing handbags for the modern cannabis aficionado Coachella owner said to support anti-pot, anti-gay groups and climate change deniers