September 29 Septembre, 2016

September 29, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Ontario plans to introduce new measures to deal immediately with drug-impaired driving and Ottawa mayor Jim Watson says city police need to smoke out the capital’s pot shops. Colorado plans to use revenue from marijuana sales to fund anti-bullying campaigns in schools and the Citizen continues its crusade of misinformation as Randall Denley questions what the Liberals hopes to gain from legalization. Krishna Andavolu explores the world of ganjapreneurs trying to go legit and VapeXhale’s CEO breaks down the importance of medical cannabis in sport. Also, HBO is renewing stoner comedy “High Maintenance” for a second season, Cheryl Shuman shows you how to make weed purees with Goldschlager and cinnamon Schnapps, and the Alaskan anchor who quit on air could face 24 years in prison for her activism. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
(FR) PDG de CGC souligne que l’industrie ne comprend que les produits de pot
(FR) Les producteurs de marijuana thérapeutique veut le contrôle du pot récréatif

Legalization/Légalisation
Ontario introduces new measures to immediately deal with drug-impaired driving
The Citizen’s Randall Denley questions what Ottawa hopes to gain from legalization
Union of B.C. Municipalities unanimously passes two cannabis-related resolutions
Ottawa mayor Jim Watson says police need to smoke out pot shops in the capital

Industry/Industrie
Krishna Andavolu takes a deeper look at cannabis entrepreneurs trying to go legit
Jiu-jitsu fighter and VapeXhale CEO discusses role of medical cannabis in sports
Canadian Cannabis Clinic is moving into digs once occupied by MP Rona Ambrose
Colorado will use revenue from marijuana sales to fund anti-bullying campaigns

General Interest/Divers
HBO is renewing the new stoner hit series “High Maintenance” for a second season
A vape pen and not a gun was found on the scene of recent San Diego shooting
Cheryl Shuman makes weed purees topped with Goldschlager, cinnamon Schnapps
Clinton rep says Chelsea misspoke when insinuating marijuana can kill people
Alaskan activist anchor who quit on air could face up to 24 years in prison for efforts