July 5, 2016

July 05, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: The federal government’s discussion paper on pot shows plan will be to tightly control cannabis access and medical patients may be left out in the cold when it comes to homegrown. ATMs may provide a simple solution to the cannabis distribution conundrum and Licensed Producers switch to courier services as a Canada Post service disruption nears. The family of a 12-year-old girl is given the green light to administer medical marijuana and could legalization in California usher in a new gold rush in the state? Also, Geraldo Rivera blames America’s heroin crisis on pot prohibition, the Oakland Museum of California unveils the world’s first cannabis exhibit and Family Feud explores what grandma is most likely to call marijuana. Top five answers on the board. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Producers move to courier services as Canada Post service disruption looms
CGC called the best Canadian equity owned by U.S. finance writer

Discussion paper shows Ottawa’s pot plan is not about having fun
New pot laws may prevent even medical patients from growing
More Canadians support legalization than love the game of hockey
Column: Bureaucracy should be avoided in run-up to legalization
Pot legalization in California could usher in new gold rush in state

Family gets the go-ahead to administer cannabis to 12-year-old girl
Letter: LCBO employees are best fitted to sell marijuana to public
Government survey will allow Canadians to have say on reform
ATMs could provide a simple solution to distribution conundrum

General Interest
Geraldo Rivera blames America’s heroin crisis on pot prohibition
CFRA guest Kristy Cameron welcomes Jodie Emery to program
Family Feud’s Steve Harvey explores marijuana with grandma
Oakland Museum of California curates first ever cannabis exhibit