In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: A licensed veterinarian in Essex County has started treating her pet patients with cannabis and Tweed’s Adam Greenblatt joins Daybreak to discuss Canadian veterans’ medical cannabis coverage. Kamloops RCMP are reminding patients that cards from compassion clubs don’t equate to legal medical cannabis documents and dispensaries are reportedly the latest growth business in Penticton. Also, comedians Cheech and Chong are bringing their stage show to Seneca Casino this Saturday, dispensaries south of the border are preparing for “Green Friday,” and Dope visit Club des Hachichins circa 1854, then Paris’ top hash and psychedelic dining club. Have a great weekend!
Adam Greenblatt joins Daybreak to discuss medical cannabis coverage for vets-Part 1
Adam Greenblatt joins Daybreak to discuss medical cannabis coverage for vets-Part 2
Tweed continues to ensure Canadian veterans are afforded medical cannabis coverage
A licensed veterinarian in Essex County has started treating her animals with cannabis
Toronto Sun looks at how to weed out the opportunists from veterans’ medical needs
Now Toronto: Could medical marijuana prove a gateway drug for kicking opioids?
Medical marijuana dispensaries appear to be the latest growth business in Penticton
Kamloops RCMP and courts remind patients that dispensary cards are not valid ID
Comedians Cheech and Chong are bringing their stage show to Seneca Casino
New York Times: Cannabis plants flower, flourish under energy-saving LED lights
Hilary Clinton, Donald Trump and Jill Stein voters share some weed and chill out
Dope visits Club des Hachichins, Paris’ premiere hashish and psychedelic dining club
China announces it is issuing a nationwide smoking ban in the country’s public places
Dispensaries south of the border are preparing for long line-ups this “Green Friday”