October 18 Octobre, 2016

October 18, 2016


In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: A new study finds British Columbia residents prefer to buy pot from stand-alone shops and Motorleaf’s new automated greenhouses hope to bring grow-ops into the digital age. Opponents of legalization in Massachusetts launch their first TV ad and cannabis driving infractions and grow-ops are on the decline in Alberta. CGC is listed among the most active stocks on the TSX Monday and a report shows California alone could reap billions from legalization. Also, Coast Guard agents find more than 400 pounds floating in the Florida Keys, WikiLeaks email show a Clinton presidency not likely to lead to legalization and The Don says he want his Democratic adversary drug tested in advance of the November election. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Bedrocan’s Hilary Black is awarded Lift’s 2016 Canadian Cannabis Crusader Award
CGC’s Jordan Sinclair discusses Tweed’s Leafs By Snoop deal with Hip Hop Canada
Snoop Dogg treats the Great White North to strains like “Ocean View” and “Palm Tree”
Canopy Growth Corp. listed among most actively traded stock on the TSX on Monday
Il y a actuellement une trentaine de producteurs autorisés qui fournissent du cannabis

O Cannabis: Read Postmedia’s six-part series on cannabis legalization in its entirety
British Columbia residents say they prefer buying weed from stand-alone pot shops
Green Party candidate sends out a message to legalize pot, end “racist war on drugs”
California’s capital could reap billions from legal recreational cannabis in the state
Opponents of legal marijuana in Massachusetts launch their first TV advertisement

Cannabis traffic violations and pot grow-ops busts are both on the decline in Alberta
Motorleaf’s new automated greenhouse aims to bring growing grass into digital age
Lift’s Breanna Roycroft further examines Public Safety Canada’s task force report
Hamilton Spectator: Marijuana is no longer reserved for hippies of the drug culture

General Interest/Divers
Coast Guard agents find more than 400 pound of marijuana floating in Florida Keys
WikiLeaks emails show that a Clinton presidency not likely lead to legal marijuana
Merry Jane explores what the quirky cannabis space, culture looks like in Ireland
The Don says he wants to drug test Democratic rival in run-up to November election
Presidential candidate Donald Trump turns focus to crime agenda and justice reform