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Veterans Affairs Canada Considers Expanding Cannabis Vaping Reimbursement Program Despite Health Concerns

Veterans Affairs Canada is considering adding disposable vaping pens to a reimbursement program that has spent more than $2-million on cannabis vaporizers for military vets since 2015, despite growing health concerns around those products. More...

Dutch cannabis pioneer returns home after 5 years in Thai prison

Derrick BergmanJanuary 18, 2020 Johan and Tukta Van Laarhoven before their arrest. Johan has returned to the Netherlands, but Tukta remains in prison because she is a Thai citizen. (Courtesy of Justice for Johan) Johan van...

Washington state lawmakers bring bill to ban most cannabis concentrates

Ben AdlinJanuary 18, 2020 (Mitch/iStock) Citing concerns about a suspected connection between cannabis and psychosis, a group of Washington state lawmakers wants to slash the allowed potency of all non-medical cannabis concentrates, limiting THC levels to...

Santana on His ‘Smooth’ Move Into the Cannabis Market

The celebrity cannabis business club has a new member: Carlos Santana. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is partnering with Left Coast Ventures, the same California company that provides flower for Grateful Dead...

City Councillors Give Pot Stores Green Light

City councillors are unanimous in their support of allowing legal cannabis retail stores in Brantford. “It’s time we opted in,” said Mayor Kevin Davis at a community development committee meeting on Tuesday. Davis has been working...

Cannabis Edibles in High Demand but Not Quite a Jackpot for Toronto Store Owners...

Cannabis customers are gobbling up the new edible products introduced this week in Ontario’s legal pot shops. Stores are selling out of the pot-laced gummies, cookies and chocolates — as well as new vape and...

Province Taking an ‘Odd’ Approach to Privatizing Cannabis Sales, Says Professor

Cannabis retailers will face same problems under new system, says Brock University professor. An Ontario business professor says New Brunswick should consider allowing cannabis retailers to sell their product within other stores, rather than forcing...

The Roll-Up #124: How to get kicked out of a one-horse town

Leafly PodcastsJanuary 17, 2020 (CSA-Archive/iStock) Leafly Podcast The Roll-Up features co-hosts Bruce Barcott, Alyssa Yeoman, and Ashley Schwellenbach in a Friday morning roundtable about the week’s top cannabis news. Episode 124: How to get kicked out of a one-horse...

US border reports increased cannabis seizures in first year of legalization

Jesse B. StaniforthJanuary 17, 2020 oksanaphoto/iStock Between November 2018 and October 2019 (roughly speaking, Canada’s first year of legalization), US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents seized 2,214 kg of cannabis from travellers bound for the...

Stages of the cannabis plant growth cycle in pictures

Trevor HenningsJanuary 17, 2020 (Amy Phung/Leafly) Cannabis plants, like all living things, go through a series of stages as they grow and mature. If you’re interested in cultivating cannabis, it’s especially important to understand the changes...
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