June 20, 2016

June 20, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Kathleen Wynne’s government is reported to be readying for recreational pot sales as Prime Minister Trudeau preaches patience on the cannabis file. The Winnipeg Cannabis Cup welcomes its first crowd and a new poll shows most Vancouverites are concerned about medical pot use in public. Bedrocan receives Health Canada approval to sell oil and Tweed features in its first hip-hop video. Jim McMahon and Leonard Mitchell say the NFL needs to reform medical marijuana rules and a new Marijuana for Trauma Chapter is set to open on Prince Edward Island. Also, ganja ATMs are being employed in Jamaica, enjoy a vanilla milkshake sure to bring all the boys to the yard and meet the Libertarian presidential candidate who hasn’t smoked weed in seven weeks. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Bedrocan receives Health Canada approval to begin selling cannabis oil
Tweed hat features in new video for Fortunato’s “Ain’t Nobody Know”
French: Prescription pot is now available at the door of every Canadian
French: Medical marijuana is still hampered by a lack of research studies

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau preaches patience on legal cannabis file
The Ontario government is actively gearing up for recreational marijuana

Poll finds most Vancouverites concerned about medical pot us in public
Canada’s Island Garden is Prince Edward Island’s first licensed producer
Winnipeg Cannabis Cup brings dozens of vendors, educators and activists
Jim McMahon and Leonard Marshall say cannabis can help many in NFL
New chapter is Marijuana for Trauma set to open on Prince Edward Island

General Interest
Libertarian presidential candidate says he hasn’t smoked weed in seven weeks
This vanilla cannabis milkshake is sure to bring all the boys out to the yard
Check out the winning strains from the 2016 NorCal Medical Cannabis Cup
Lawyer answers whether cannabis use can come up in divorce proceedings