September 26 Septembre, 2016

September 26, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Ottawa Police continue to question what to do about the city’s pot shop conundrum and MPP Yasir Naqvi is ordered to lead Ontario’s approach to legalization over the coming year. The Citizen’s Kelly Egan jumps off the right edge of the globe with an assessment of the current cannabis climate in the capital and Victoria’s new medical marijuana regulations will cost dispensary owners $12,500 to operate. Oregon growers explore the prospect of canna tourism and a new policy bars Alaskan soldiers from attending pro-marijuana events. Also, Windsor’s Higher Limits is holding a toking comp during the U.S. presidential debate, Nick Diaz sparks a massive joint with Tommy Chong and cannabis manicures are al the rage in states where weed is legal. Have a great day!

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Legalization/Légalisation
Ottawa Police are pondering whether to raid the city’s pot shops or let them operate
Yasir Naqvi is ordered to lead Ontario’s approach to legalization in upcoming year
Ottawa-Carleton MPP Yasir Naqvi discusses cannabis reform and new Ottawa hospital
The Citizen’s Kelly Egan takes up pot shop debate and jumps off the edge of the globe

Industry/Industrie
Victoria’s new medical marijuana regulations will cost owners $12,500 to operate
Southwestern Oregon cannabis growers considering the potential of cannabis tourism
New policy announced last week bars Alaskan soldier from pro-marijuana events

General Interest/Divers
UFC star Nick Diaz sparks a massive joint up with comedian Tommy Chong
Higher Love: Merry Jane whether medicated tantra can help improve relationships
Cannabis manicures are sparking a conversation in every state where weed is legal
A Bronx charter school teacher beat up a kid who owes him money for marijuana
Windsor’s Higher Limits vape lounge to hold toking contest during presidential debate