June 27, 2016

June 27, 2016

Morning everyone!

In today’s news: Police say 23 people were arrested during pot shop raids in Toronto last week as the city’s Licensing and Standards Committee reviews current dispensary rules. A looming Canada Post strike may call for a contingency plan from licensed producers and a Calgary pharmacy manager says proper dosing is the key to effective medical marijuana treatment. Edibles are reported to pose a challenge to this new marketplace and Dr. Mark Ware discusses the Quebec Cannabis Registry. Also, a church in Michigan will be the first to allow marijuana at service, Metro Vancouver grow-op homes are still being stigmatized and the UN World Drug Report shows support for cannabis is continuously climbing. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth Corporation
Looming Canada Post strike could call for contingency plan from LPs
Patients and producers concerned about potential Canada Post strike
Canopy Growth Corp. releases its fourth quarter and fiscal 2016 results

Politics/Legalization
Police say 23 people were arrested in Toronto pot shop raids last week
Toronto’s Licensing and Standards Committee reviewing dispensaries

Industry/Studies
Where is the grass being supplied by Vancouver pot shops coming from?
Issuing the proper dosage is key to effective medical marijuana treatment
Calgary pharmacy manager speaks on fine tuning medical cannabis dosing
Letter: Employer wants to know if he has to allow worker to smoke weed
Growing medical marijuana could mean big business for Marylanders
Edible cannabis products need to be factored into a confusing marketplace
Dr. Mark Ware discusses the Quebec Cannabis Registry and the ICRS

General Interest
Church in Lansing, Michigan, will allow marijuana use during services
UN World Drug Report shows acceptance for cannabis continues to grow
Futuristic bongs include modern hookah, land yacht and jagged Sherlock
Metro Vancouver grow-op homes are still being stigmatized by pot past
Former Baltimore Ravens has shares in firm looking to grow marijuana