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Weed could be a valuable weapon in the fight against Canada’s opioid epidemic

Weed could be a valuable weapon in the fight against Canada’s opioid epidemic

Weed could be a valuable weapon in the fight against Canada’s opioid epidemic

Several recent studies indicate that in U.S. states where cannabis has been legalized, opioid prescription rates went down.

In 2017, Canada broke a national record for the number of apparent opioid deaths, with those occurring between January and September surpassing the number of deaths from all of 2016.

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Stick with your dealer? Or buy pot legally? How legalization will affect the black market

Stick with your dealer? Or buy pot legally? How legalization will affect the black market

Stick with your dealer? Or buy pot legally? How legalization will affect the black market

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When it comes to buying pot in Canada, it is safe to say that it is readily available to the public.

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Tilray signs on to supply medical cannabis to more than 650 Pharmasave locations

Tilray signs on to supply medical cannabis to more than 650 Pharmasave locations

Tilray signs on to supply medical cannabis to more than 650 Pharmasave locations


Tilray President Brendan Kennedy
Tilray President Brendan Kennedy is photographed with some of the Tilray product line such as capsules, oils, and dried marijuana at head office in Nanaimo, B.C., on Thursday, November 29, 2017. , The Canadian Press
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Health Canada proposes strict limits on marijuana packaging, production

Health Canada proposes strict limits on marijuana packaging, production

Health Canada proposes strict limits on marijuana packaging, production

Draft rules also limit micro-processors and micro-producers to 600 kilograms of dried pot per year

Health Canada's national consultation has produced a number of proposed regulations for how cannabis is grown, processed, packaged and sold in Canada when pot becomes legal later this year.


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Marijuana is the new gold as former Canadian miners go to pot

Marijuana is the new gold as former Canadian miners go to pot

Marijuana is the new gold as former Canadian miners go to pot


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Turns out, it may be easier to strike gold by growing green.
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Doug Ford wants free market for cannabis in Ontario.

Doug Ford wants free market for cannabis in Ontario.

Doug Ford wants free market for cannabis in Ontario 

I'm open to a free [cannabis] market and I'm going to consult with our caucus,' Ford says


Doug Ford was elected leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives on the weekend. He spoke to CBC during media rounds Tuesday.


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MP worries about fate of small-time pot growers

MP worries about fate of small-time pot growers

MP worries about fate of small-time pot growers 

NDP MP Wayne Stetski says Kootenay marijuana producers will be edged out by big business


NDP MP Wayne Stetski says excluding small-scale growers from the legal cannabis trade will lead to black market activities.


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 Vancouver, Ontario companies combine to bring cannabis-infused products to Canada

Vancouver, Ontario companies combine to bring cannabis-infused products to Canada

Vancouver, Ontario companies combine to bring cannabis-infused products to Canada



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Ontario promises to give municipalities $40M for marijuana enforcement

Ontario promises to give municipalities $40M for marijuana enforcement

Ontario promises to give municipalities $40M for marijuana enforcement 

Cash infusion meant to help deal with issues like impaired driving, illegal sale of marijuana

Funds distributed by the province will go to municipalities to help cover enforcement costs related to marijuana legalization.
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Tax on medical marijuana 'unfortunate,' says P.E.I. grower

Tax on medical marijuana 'unfortunate,' says P.E.I. grower

Tax on medical marijuana 'unfortunate,' says P.E.I. grower 

Ottawa to add $1 per gram excise tax on medical cannabis

The federal government is proposing to charge a $1 per gram excise tax on medical marijuana products.
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