July 26 Juillet, 2016

July 26, 2016


In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: CGC stock soars to a five-month high as the company becomes the first North American producer to graduate to a major exchange and a new study suggests medical marijuana may serve as a treatment for Alzheimer’s. Toronto dispensary owners urge the city to allow for storefront sales and Italian parliament begins debating the merits of legalizing marijuana. Lift Resource Centre prepares for growth in patient-focused services and cannabis activists march at the DNC with a 51-foot inflatable joint. Also, Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith live streams his smoke session, LA plans to pull marijuana tax that would help the city’s homeless and meet 18 of the biggest cannabis activists in professional sports today. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
CGC stock soars to five-month high as company jumps to the TSX
Canopy Growth Corp the first cannabis company to enter major exchange
(FR) Tweed a annoncé qu’elle vas exporter ses produits en Allemagne.

One councilor shows to hearing on future of dispensaries in city of Toronto
Toronto group urges the city to let pot lounges sell recreational marijuana
Italian parliament begins debating the benefits of legalizing marijuana

Study suggests medical marijuana has potential as an Alzheimer’s treatment
Lift Resource Centre prepares for large growth in patient-focused services
Mile high: Visit the world’s highest commercial greenhouse in Colorado
New study looks at ever-evolving rates and perception of marijuana use

General Interest/Divers
Cannabis activists march during DNC with a 51-foot joint in Philadelphia
Derrick Morgan says he’s researching cannabis and NFL should follow suit
Oakland Raiders linebacker under fire for live streaming smoke session
Los Angeles plans to pull marijuana tax bill that would help city homeless
Five most surreal brain stories includes that babies are full of cannabis
Meet 18 of the biggest cannabis advocates in professional sports today