In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canada’s plan to legalize cannabis could be bolstered by reform in the U.S. as Colorado’s Dixie Brands prepares to cross state lines with its edible pot products. A child gymnastics coach’s medical cannabis use is going to the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal and two more Ottawa pot shops close their doors, leaving only a handful in operation in the capital. Snoop Dogg says he’s considering a move to Toronto after Trump’s election win and a Whitewood man faces charges after a controversial Saskatchewan dispensary is raided. Also, Miley Cyrus says legalization in California “made her day,” Swedish pop star Love To takes to the stage with marijuana pasties over her private parts, and the NFL players’ association plans to study pot as a pain management tool. Have a great day!
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Canada’s plans to legalize recreational cannabis could be bolstered by reform in the U.S.
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Child gymnastic coach’s medical cannabis use goes to B.C. Human Rights Tribunal
Whitewood man faces charges after Saskatchewan RCMP raid his marijuana dispensary
Colorado’s Dixie Brands preparing to cross state lines with products as legally as possible
Pop star Miley Cyrus says the legalization of cannabis in California “made her day”
The NFL players’ association is planning to study marijuana as a pain management tool
Swedish pop star Tove Lo gyrates on stage in marijuana pasties over her private parts
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