In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Manitoba introduces the Cannabis Harm Prevention Act and Marc and Jodie Emery return home to Vancouver to cut ties with the Cannabis Culture empire they founded. Victoria readies to crack down on the city’s non-compliant pot shops and 10 percent of Manitoba drivers who participated in a voluntary roadside survey test positive for drug-impaired driving. Workplace safety advocate Ed Secondiak urges caution as the government in Ottawa moves to reform the country’s cannabis laws and the Washington Post says police shot a man 57 times over $100 worth of grass, then lied about it. Also, rapper 2 Chainz announces he’ll be headlining the Denver 420 Rally, Wiz Khalifa remixes The Chainsmokers’ “Closer” into a summer stoner anthem, and find out why Woody Harrelson stopped smoking weed after 30 years. Have a great day!
Manitoba introduces the Cannabis Harm Prevention Act to address legalization
Manitoba government moving to set restrictions on marijuana similar to alcohol
Workplace safety advocate Ed Secondiak urges caution when introducing legal pot
Merry jane: Could marijuana actually be legal in all 50 American states by 2012?
Marc and Jodie Emery return home to Vancouver to cut ties with Cannabis Culture
The National Cannabis Industry Association offers diverse learning opportunities
City of Victoria is said to be ready to crack down on city’s non-compliant pot shops
One in 10 Manitoba drivers in voluntary roadside survey tested positive for drugs
“No Flex Zone” rapper Rae Sremmurd joins Snoop Dogg on new episode of GGN
Washington Post: Police shot man 57 times over $100 of cannabis then lied about it
Wiz Khalifa works to turn The Chainsmokers’ “Closer” into a summer stoner anthem
Esquire: Find out why Woody Harrelson decided to quit smoking weed after 30 years
Rapper 2 Chainz is scheduled to headline the Denver 420 Rally at Civic Center Park
Meowijuana borrowing cannabis product style to sell line of cat nip, grinders, sprays
Septuagenarian says Trump administration’s cannabis fearmongering is nothing new