September 7 Septembre, 2016

September 07, 2016

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: The New Brunswick government is banking on an economic return from legalization and Colorado’s agriculture authorities are today expected to show off the first certified hemp seeds. Public safety minister Ralph Goodale calls North America’s current cannabis regime a failure and Canadian Geographic tours the country’s largest licensed producer of medical cannabis. M Partners analyst Mason Brown reports CGC stock is undervalued and Lift Cannabis takes a look at the new ACMPR. Also, Malia Obama mocks the outrage over her Lollapalooza joint venture with a “Smoking Kills” t-shirt, Snoop and Wiz Khalifa set out to prove gamers love smoking weed, and VICE hooks up with the activist fighting for his religious right to toke. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Canadian Geographic tours Canada’s largest producer of medical marijuana
Watch the new episode of Mainstreet TV with Adam Greenblatt, Shega A’Mula
M Partners analyst Mason Brown believes CGC stock is currently undervalued

Legalization/Légalisation
New Brunswick government is banking on economic return from legalization
MP Ralph Goodale says North America’s current cannabis regime is a failure
One county in Colorado is revolting against marijuana legalization in the state

Industry/Industrie
Colorado agriculture authorities expected to show off first certified hemp seeds
Calgary judge rejects British Columbia man’s medical marijuana travel story
Lift Cannabis takes a quick look at Canada’s new medical marijuana regulations

General Interest/Divers
VICE hooks up with the cannabis activist fighting for his religious right to smoke
Malia Obama mocks outrage over Lollapalooza joint with ‘Smoking Kills’ shirt
Vapen hosts soft launch of Vapen Clear inhaler with 100 puffs of 10 mg oil
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are out to prove that gamers love smoking weed