September 21 Septembre, 2016

September 21, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: A Globe and Mail report suggests Health Minister Jane Philpott’s office was warned over a year that contaminants had been found in unlicensed dispensary weed and HempFest in Calgary hopes to clear the air on the country’s cannabis confusion. The U.S. Coast Guard is studying medical marijuana use by its sailors and the owner of Peterborough’s Cannabis Culture shop is undaunted by the spray painting of an X across his storefront window. HelloMD and UC Berkeley launch a massive survey on cannabis and opioids and CGC tops the list of Canadian cannabis stocks being watched by investors. Also, VICE explores whether 9:20 could become the 4:20 of magic mushrooms, marijuana missionaries are intent on bringing ostracized pot heads back into the fold, and The Guardian looks at (gasp!) whether cannabis could have been the catalyst to Brangelina’s divorce. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Adam Greenblatt and Hilary Black host latest episode of Main Street TV
CGC tops list of Canadian cannabis stocks being lauded by Investing News

Legalization/Légalisation
Health Minister’s office warned that contaminants found in dispensary pot

Industry/Industrie
HempFest expo in Calgary hopes to clear the air on cannabis confusion
HelloMD and UC Berkeley launch massive survey on cannabis and opioids
The U.S. Coast Guard is studying medical marijuana use by its sailors
Cannabis Culture owner in Peterborough undaunted by spray painted store

General Interest/Divers
The Guardian looks at whether marijuana factored into Brangelina’s divorce
VICE looks at whether 9:20 can become the new 4:20 of magic mushrooms
Marijuana missionaries intent on bringing ostracized stoners back into fold