In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Dispensaries in British Columbia and Ontario are developing a system to test for cannabis contaminants and Canadian children are being recruited for an epilepsy study with CBD at the University of Saskatchewan. Tweed is participating in the Bank of America Consumer & Retail Technology Conference later this month and a Bracebridge OPP officer is being disciplined for attending a recent cannabis conference. Also, Denver is considering mandatory training for shops allowing on-site consumption, a Massachusetts lawmaker is proposing using the state’s pot revenue to combat the opioid crisis, and Merry Jane meets with the artist behind the trippiest weed colouring books for adults. Have a great day!
New Brunswick cannabis professional want voices heard by marijuana working group
Dispensaries in B.C. and Ontario developing system to test for cannabis contaminants
Canadian children being recruited for University of Saskatchewan CBD-epilepsy study
Massachusetts lawmaker proposes using the state’s pot revenue to fight the opioid crisis
Denver considers mandatory training for business allowing social cannabis consumption
Bracebridge OPP officer punished for attending a cannabis conference in September
Merry Jane meets with the artist behind the trippiest weed colouring book for adults