Remi's News Section

February 3 Février, 2017

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Nova Scotia’s human rights board rules insurance must cover Gordon Skinner’s medical cannabis costs and Canada’s prince and princess of pot announce plans to continue expanding their dispensary empire in the run-up to legislation for legalization. Regulators in Alaska narrowly reject a proposal to allow cannabis consumption at retail pot shops and could entering into the medical marijuana industry help save the struggling Jean Coutu brand? Canopy Growth employees ring the bell to open trading on the TSX and NFLPA director Demaurice Smith says his association wants to discuss the allowance of medical cannabis use in the league. Also, ex-NFLer Shaun Philips and Snoop Dogg talk weed and sport on GGN, Chance the Rapper Tweets support for Malia Obama’s use of the left-handed cigarette, and the mummified remains of ancient Siberian royalty reveal they had a taste for fine rugs, tats and grass on the Altai Mountains. Have a great weekend!

Canopy Growth
Complex: WEED is now being traded legally on the Toronto Stock Exchange
Business Insider takes a look at the cannabis industry’s first billion-dollar unicorn
Tweed, Bedrocan and Mettrum are counted among Lift’s ACMPR oil price scan
Canopy Growth Corporation employees ring the bell to open the day’s TSX trading

Legalization/Légalisation
Prince and princess of pot expanding their dispensary empire before legalization

Industry/Industrie
Nova Scotia human rights board rules insurance must cover man’s medical cannabis
Could entering into the medical marijuana business help save the Jean Coutu brand?
Regulators in Alaska narrowly reject proposal for consumption on site at pot shops

General Interest/Divers
Ex-NFL linebacker Shaun Phillips talks cannabis in football with Snoop on GGN
NFLPA director Demaurice Smith says the association wasn’t to discuss cannabis
Ancient Siberian royalty from the Altai Mountains likes rugs, tattoos and marijuana
Alaska Marijuana Control Board forced conference call interrupted by flushing toilet

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