Class Action Certified To Proceed to Trial OrganiGram

News Wire – Jan 21, 2019 MONCTON, NB, Jan. 21, 2019 /CNW/ – A class action was certified against Organigram Inc. (the “Company” or “Organigram”) and its parent company Organigram Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE: OGI) (OTCQX: OGRMF), a leading licensed producer of cannabis in Canada, on Friday, January 18, 2019.  Certification is not a decision on the merits of the […]

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Race on to partner with Ontario’s cannabis retail licence winners

The Canadian Press Jan 14, 2019 Businesses and investors are rushing to partner with the 25 winners of the Ontario cannabis retail licence lottery, with offers apparently worth millions of dollars, to be involved in the province’s first recreational weed stores set to open this spring. Olivia Brown, the founder of Hamilton, Ont.-based Professional Cannabis […]

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Illegal pot shops still continue to operate in Hamilton

CHCH.com – Feb 14, 2019 Despite the law and efforts by police the number of illegal pot shops in Hamilton continues to grow. Last week, there were 14 of them, this week there are 16. Police say they’re doing everything they can but are looking to the courts to impose much heavier penalties. Deputy Chief […]

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World Health Organization Admits They Were Wrong About Marijuana

By Devin Ch – Feb 01, 2019 The World Health Organization’s data clerks are about to put in some overtime. The World Health Organization is looking to make up for lost time, as far as Mary Jane is concerned. And while that majority of buddha-lovers are probably in unison when they “WHO CARES!,” the organization “re-organization” is still […]

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How to claim marijuana on your taxes

Not only is it legal, it may also be tax-deductible By Tristin Hopper Feb 11, 2019 A Canadian doing their taxes, which may or may not be reduced because of their cannabis expenses.Fotolia With Canada now raking in up to $100 million per year in pot taxes, some of that revenue will soon be heading right […]

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Saskatchewan cannabis delivery regulations preventing smartphone app business

By Ryan Kessler– Global News – Feb 7, 2019 Saskatchewan’s cannabisdelivery regulations don’t seem to take technology into account, according to a new deliverycompany Designated Delivery launched its Apple app-based ordering platform Thursday in Saskatoon and Kelowna, B.C. “In a world where everybody’s shopping from their phone, why would the one thing that shouldn’t be mixed with driving […]

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Advocates rally to eliminate tax on medical marijuana in Canada

By: Solomon Israel – Feb 7, 2019 After three decades as a first responder, retired police officer Vincent Lefaive relies on cannabis to treat the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. “I found relief practically immediately,” says the former patrol sergeant with the Durham Regional Police Service, who was diagnosed with PTSD in 2016. Lefaive uses vaporized cannabis every […]

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Fentanyl Maker Donates Big to Campaign Opposing Pot Legalization

Pro-legalization campaign says ‘we are truly shocked.’ By Steven Nelson, Staff Writer– Sept. 8, 2016 Supporters of an Arizona campaign to legalize marijuana say opponents should return a donation from a drug company that produces fentanyl, a powerful painkiller known for killing illegal drug users. AN EMBATTLED pharmaceutical company that sells the powerful painkiller fentanyl has donated […]

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Recreational pot stores on Mohawk land raided by cops

Alan S. Hale, Cornwall Standard Freeholder – Feb 6, 2019 AKWESASNE — The Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service has confirmed the raids on two recreational cannabis dispensaries on Cornwall Island were conducted because both businesses did not have a licence from the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Police simultaneously descended on Wild Flower Cannabis Dispensary and AK420 […]

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Company Launches World’s First Non-Alcoholic, Cannabis-Infused Beer

BY ROSIE MCCALL – FEB 7, 2019 Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Canada and 10 US states (with potentially more on the way), businesses are finding increasingly innovative ways to encourage consumers to part with their cash in their search for a lawful high. Think of an edible product and there is probably some company somewhere flagging a cannabis-infused […]

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