November 8 Novembre, 2016

November 08, 2016


In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Legalization is on the ballot in five states as Americans head to the polls today and dispensaries in Ottawa are vowing to stay open after a string of pot shop raids in the capital last week. Adam Vaughan, MP for Spadina-Fort York, discusses Toronto’s approach to dispensaries and an Idaho mother loses her children for mixing her epileptic daughter a cannabis-infused smoothie. Also, Kettleman’s Bagels is considering introducing a marijuana-infused bagel, the artist who blew a Starbucks-like bong is ordered to pay the coffee retailer $500,000, and find out which weed-loving celebs Warren G, Tyrese and Ty Dolla $ign feel would make the best American president. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Tweed presents a legal, sensible option for the capital region’s medical cannabis patients
High Times: Snoop Dogg tour the largest greenhouse on the planet at Niagara-on-the-Lake

Today’s U.S. election will see Americans voting on marijuana, the death penalty, gun control
California, Maine, Arizona among five states with legalization on the ballot this election day
The big moneymaker in the legal pot play may have more to do with data than cannabis

MP for Spadina-Fort York Adam Vaughan discusses Toronto’s approach to dispensaries
Nova Scotia anti-pot ad campaign features distraught teenager and smashed up vehicles
Idaho mother faces charges for treating epileptic daughter with cannabis-infused smoothie

General Interest/Divers
Ottawa institution Kettleman’s Bagels is contemplating selling a cannabis-infused bagel
James Landgraf, artist who blew Starbucks-like bong, must repay $500,000 to coffee chain
Find out which weed-friendly celebrities Warren G, Ty Dolla $ign, Tyrese want to be prez