June 24, 2016

June 24, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Toronto police raid four more dispensaries as Ontario deploys twelve government departments to work out the plan for legalization. Debate around the safety of cannabis use at pregnancy continues and a legal grow-op in Langley goes up in smoke. Medical marijuana makes the docket as Canadian pharmacists meet in Calgary and legalization factors into a judge’s decision to sentence former University of Saskatchewan linebacker Seamus John Neary to probation for the possession of 21 pounds. Also, a lone healthy pot plant is found growing in Burnaby’s Meadowood Park, Mexico doesn’t plan to legalize medical cannabis anytime soon and getting ganja in Jamaica is now as easy as renting a car! Have a great weekend.

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Politics/Legalization
Toronto dispensaries still selling pot one month after raids on city shops
Police in Toronto take measures to raid four more unlicensed pot shops
Twelve provincial departments in Ontario are working on legalization
Underage access to marijuana needs to be factored into new framework
Future of legalization factors into past Huskie’s linebacker's fate in court

Industry/Studies
Discussion around the safety of cannabis during pregnancy continues
Medical cannabis on the docket as Canadian pharmacists meet in Calgary
Health Canada-approved legal grow-op in Langley goes up in smoke
Mexico doesn’t have plans to legalize medical marijuana anytime soon
Alberta pharmacist Greg Bueckert wants to start dispensing cannabis
Owner of Barrie’s lone pot shop urging the city to regulate dispensaries

General Interest
Healthy single pot plant found growing in Burnaby’s Meadowood Park
Protein bars, CBD cream counted among prerequisites for canna workout
“Entourage effect” may now be backed by a line of predictable products
Getting ganja in Jamaica is now as easy as renting a car on the island