In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canopy Growth is listed among top breakout stocks on the TSX Tuesday and a group of MPs is proposing a research centre for first responders that would study the use of medical cannabis. A New Brunswick college is planning to institute a program on cannabis cultivation and Sunrise Medicinal dispensary in Barrie reopens after being raided recently by police. Cannabis offenses are on the decline in Canada for the third year running and archaeologists unearth a well preserved 2,500-year-old pot plants. Also, Denver police are running out of room to stash their confiscated grass, a candidate for Saskatoon council admits to past convictions for cannabis possession and the ad agency responsible for the Trailer Park Boys-backed Liquormen’s Ol’ Dirty Whiskey are pleased by the bad buzz their campaign is generating. Have a great day!
Globe: CGC listed Tuesday among top breakout stops on Toronto Stock Exchange
Canopy Growth given four “buy” recommendations from firms covering company
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California growers could face an unlikely foe in the state’s cannabis cultivators
MPs propose study of medical cannabis at research centre devoted to first responders
New Brunswick college planning to institute new program on cannabis cultivation
Lift: Marijuana offenses have declined in Canada for the fourth year in a row
Could medical marijuana help the baby boomers gen get the most out of retirement?
Sunrise Medicinal dispensary in Barrie reopens after being recently raided by police
Archaeologists unearth well preserved cannabis plants buried some 2,500 years ago
German man will be the only citizen in that country’s history allowed to grow weed
The Kind takes a visit to the Pinterest perfect world of upscale cannabis weddings
Denver police are apparently running out of space to stash their confiscated cannabis
Ad agency responsible for TPB Ol’ Dirty Canadian Whiskey pleased by the bad buzz
Candidate for Saskatoon council admits to past conviction for possession of marijuana