October 27 Octobre, 2016

October 27, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: A new study shows recreational cannabis sales could exceed revenue from wine, beer and spirits, and a Nova Scotia man wants the RCMP to pay $50,000 for his confiscated cannabis. Leafs By Snoop is now available in the Tweed Shop and Bedrocan’s director of patient and community services serves as a guest speakers at the Karma Cup. An Oregon lab boasts that cannabis testing is making pot safer than food and Colorado’s recreational cannabis industry is gaining more cash than the state’s craft beer sector. Also, Sinead O’Connor celebrates 30 days of “sobriety” from marijuana, a California city pays out $100,000 over an egregious Santa Ana dispensary raid, and a weed firm’s “The Donald” robot convinces Trump supporters its real. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Leafs By Snoop Ocean View, Palm Tree CBD and Sunset now available in Tweed Shop
Bedrocan’s director of patient, community services serves as guest speaker at Karm Cup

Legalization/Légalisation
Study shows recreational cannabis sales could exceed revenue from wine, beer and spirits
Colorado’s legal marijuana industry is already putting up larger profits than craft beer

Industry/Industrie
Oregon lab boasts that advancements in cannabis testing process make pot safer than food
Nova Scotia man wants the RCMP to pay for the over $50,000 in medical marijuana seized

General Interest/Divers
Marijuana firm Bang Holdings creates ‘The Donald’ bot that convinces supporters its real
Weed going mainstream is counted top of list in Live Science’s 11 odd facts about pot
Sinead O’connor celebrates 30 days of sobriety for apparently being addicted to cannabis
California city to pay out $100,000 to settle egregious recent Santa Ana dispensary raid