September 28 Septembre, 2016

September 28, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: The federal government plans later this fall to introduce legislation that will regulate vaporizing and Ottawa councillors are asking city police what they plan to do about the capital’s pot shop problem. Marijuana arrests fall to a 20-year low in the U.S. – one every minute – and a Trent University student plans to open a second Cannabis Culture location in Peterborough. Oshawa’s Green Street dispensary is raided for the second time in a week and Marijuana for Trauma is opening a new location in Edmonton on Saturday. Also, pot advocates are gunning for Chelsea Clinton after implying weed kills people, Berkeley’s Amoeba Music is granted a license to sell grass and the five stars of “Shark Tank” weigh in on the highs of investing in the cannabis industry. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Pantry: Marinated bruschetta focaccia couples well with Tweed’s 10:1 Cannabis Oil

Legalization/Légalisation
Federal government plans to introduce legislation later this fall to regulate vaporizing
Ottawa councillors asking city police what they plan to do about unlicensed pot shops
ABC News: Nine states will soon vote on whether to expand legal cannabis access

Industry/Industrie
Cannabis considered an option for struggling Canada Post at task force consultations
Marijuana arrests fall to 20-year low in the U.S. – only one arrest about every minute
Trent University student plans to open a new Cannabis Culture shop in Peterborough
Oshawa’s Green Street Medical Society dispensary raided for second time in a week
Marijuana for Trauma set to open a new location in Edmonton this upcoming Saturday

General Interest/Divers
The five stars of hit series “Shark Tank” weigh in on the current cannabis boom
Berkeley’s Amoeba Music has been granted licensing, will soon house a dispensary
Boosie Badazz and Snoop Dogg talk beating cancer and reforming pot laws on GGN
Pot advocates criticizing Chelsea Clinton for implying marijuana can kill a person
Large-scale grow-ops under threat in California as wildfires continue to rage in region