In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Edmonton city council moves to close loopholes for pot shops and smoking lounges and a New Brunswick group is looking to map out the best course of action for retail marijuana sales. The Times-Colonist questions whether Ottawa is leading dispensary owners up a garden path and the number of medical cannabis patients in Canada has quadrupled since Trudeau's election. One Edmonton councillor believes pot businesses should pay higher city fees and The Province investigates why cannabis is still "risky business” outside of Vancouver. Also, the planet’s first green-friendly gym is set to open in May, Australia’s first cannabis media brand partners with marijuana.com, and Merry Jane questions whether legal grass will really cost the brewing industry billions of dollars? Have a great day!
Edmonton city council looks to close zoning loopholes for pot shops, weed lounges
One Edmonton councillor believes marijuana business should pay higher city fees
New Brunswick group is studying how best to approach sales of retail marijuana
The number of medical marijuana patients in Canada has quadrupled since election
Merry Jane: Will legal cannabis really cost the brewing industry billions of dollars?
The doors are set to open on the planet’s first cannabis-friendly gym: Power Plant
Australia’s first cannabis media brand dopamine.net partners with marijuana.com site