November 22 Novembre, 2016

November 22, 2016


In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Veterans Affairs is set to reduce the amount of medical marijuana retired Canadian soldiers can access and two unlicensed Ottawa pot shops are back open after recent raids in the capital city. Donnie Wahlberg questions if you can smell the grass in the air at the American Music Awards and a new study finds the occasional pot use of Quebecers is on the rise. Toronto’s police chief is adamant charges laid against city dispensaries will stick and the Global Commission on Drug Policy calls for the decriminalization of all drugs. Also, star running back Damarea Crockett is forced out of his final game of the season after being busted for pot possession, The Game launches a marijuana investment fund, and Tommy Chong talks his love for Trump and a lifetime of cannabis advocacy. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Tweed communications director says legal purchasing age should be in line with alcohol
Cutline: stock art from Tweed facility makes its way into the Tampa Bay Business Journal

Ty Dolla $sign and Donnie Wahlberg celebrate the sweet smell of legal grass at the AMA’s

Veterans Affairs is set to reduce amount of medical cannabis retired soldiers can receive
New study finds that the occasional pot use of Quebecers has started to rise in recent year
Unlicensed pot shops on Preston and Montreal in Ottawa reopen after recent police raids
Toronto police chief adamant that charges laid against city’s illegal dispensaries will stick

General Interest/Divers
Global Commission on Drug Policy calls for the decriminalization of all drugs worldwide
Tommy Chong talks love for Trump and lifetime of cannabis advocacy before Ottawa show
West Coast rapper The Game is starting TreesByGame Holding Marijuana Investment Fund
Animal House and Caddyshack are counted among Harold Ramis’ best marijuana movies
Star running back Damarea Crockett forced to sit out season finale after pot charges laid