In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: The Canadian cannabis sector could reportedly reap the rewards of legalization in four U.S. states and Edmonton city council passes a motion to look at regulatory tools to deal with reform. The Yes California Independence Campaign hopes the state will secede from the U.S. following Trump’s victory and Victoria Police put the brakes on a marijuana vending cart in the city. The Guardian investigates whether the cannabis revolution is escaping Britain and a Minnesota doctor questions why, if medical cannabis can help Fred, why not Fido? Also, cannabis continues to be a burning topic in the NBA, Del The Funky Homosapien is slated to take to the stage at the Oregon Marijuana Business Conference, and High Times’ Elise McDonough dishes up a lemon mint pot pesto. Have a great weekend!
Edmonton city council passes motion to look at regulatory tools to deal with legalization
Globe and Mail looks at where to find a munchie fix in states where weed is now legal
Yes California Campaign hopes state will secede from U.S. following Trump election
VICE’s Natalie Alcoba looks at what America’s pro-pot stance could mean for Canada
Guardian: The revolution in cannabis reform is starting and Britain is stuck in the past
Victoria Police move to put the brakes on an illegal bike pot delivery service in the city
Minnesota doctor questions if medical marijuana works for Fred, then why not Fido?
24 Hours takes a tour of Toronto’s Tokyo Smoke, where coffee, cannabis find a home
Del The Funky Homosapien slated to play the Oregon Marijuana Business Conference
High Times’ Elise McDonough dishes up a “psychedelicatessen,” lemon mint pot pesto
Cannabis continues as a burning topic of discussion in National Basketball Association
Merry Jane explores the world’s seven trippiest labyrinths and mazes on the planet
Rolling Stone: What will President Donald Trump (still sounds weird!) mean for pot?