July 12 Juillet, 2016

July 12, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canadians will need nearly two kilometres of grass to support a recreational market and Lift looks at whether legalization will make BC’s real estate market even hotter. Canadian Cannabis Clinic works to help a Mennonite family get medical marijuana to their six-year-old girl and a former Keurig employee explains why he quit his job to work for the “Keurig of cannabis.” A Kamloops man calls on the city to support medical marijuana and High Times unveils its new cover by American painter Richard Prince. Also, Ricky Williams says the NFL drug tested him over 500 times, pot-infused ice cream proves a popular treat at LA Food Fest and explore some rare strains being bred exclusively for the luxury cannabis market. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Canada’s cannabis industry doesn’t expect to need billboards to succeed

Legalization/Légalisation
Lift looks at if legalization will make BC’s real estate market even hotter

Industry/Industrie
New dispensary set to open shop in the west end of Canada’s capital city
Canadian Cannabis Clinic works to help out Mennonite family with mmj
Canadians will nearly nearly two square kilometres of recreational grass
Keurig employee explains why he left to work at Keurig of cannabis
One Kamloops man hoping city council will support medical marijuana

General Interest/Divers
High Times teams with American painter Richard Prince on new cover
Tasty cannabis-infused ice cream proves a popular treat at LA Food Fest
Explore the rare cannabis strains being bred exclusively for luxury highs
Ricky Williams says the NFL drug test him at least 500 times over career