October 25 Octobre, 2016

October 25, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Ottawa Police warn dispensary landlords in the capital that pot shops could soon be raided and Alberta’s justice minister believes a conclusive breathalyzer test needs to be developed for recreational cannabis. The New York Times reports the American election may be a turning point for reform and Tweed Farms receives an amended production license from Health Canada. GW Pharma begins outsourcing cannabis cultivation for Epidiolex to British Sugar and a Tennessee family says moving to Colorado saved their daughter’s life. Also, Conan O’Brien and Wiz Khalifa share weed wisdom, High Times explores 10 spooky Halloween edibles and Miley Cyrus blames pot for flubbing her lyrics and cursing at a celebration of Bill Murray. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Tweed Farm receives sales license and amended production license from Health Canada
Tweed hosting Snoop Dogg Birthday Party set for Thursday night at Union in Toronto

Legalization/Légalisation
Alberta’s justice minister believes a conclusive breathalyzer test needed for legalization
Kathleen Ganley says marijuana hasn’t been a cash cow for Colorado after trip to state
Recreational cannabis will require strict regulation when legislation rolls out next spring
New York Times reports American election may be a turning point for cannabis reform

Industry/Industrie
Ottawa police warn dispensary landlords that shops could be raided and property seized
Ottawa residents are asking the city’s police chief to crack down on unlicensed pot shops
Family says that moving from Tennessee to Colorado helped save their daughter’s life
GW Pharmaceuticals outsources its cannabis cultivation for Epidiolex to British Sugar

General Interest/Divers
Miley Cyrus blames pot for cursing and messing up lyrics at Bill Murray celebration
Marijuana.com looks at how to make a pumpkin bong for this upcoming Halloween
Cannabidiol-infused milk is now available on the market, and apparently it’s delicious
VICE series High Society explores United Kingdom’s most popular drug: the chronic
High Times explores 10 spooky Halloween edibles for that upcoming haunted holiday
Conan and Khalifa share weed wisdom and presidential trivial “Clueless Gamer” outtakes