Remi's News Section

February 9 Février, 2017

Bonjour-Hi!

In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canada’s police chiefs want Ottawa to reject the task force on legalization’s homegrow recommendation as the country continues to green light plans to reform cannabis laws. Peru’s government proposes legalizing medical marijuana in the country and Prince Rupert moves forward with its ban on commercial cannabis operations. The City College of San Francisco is offering a class on the recreational pot industry and Toronto’s Tokyo Smoke acquires preeminent female-focused lifestyle brand Van der Pop. Also, border officers in Texas seize almost 4,000 pounds of grass stashed in fake limes, police in Denver can’t find enough space to store all the green they seize, and High Times investigates the latest cannabis trend – weed-themed parties. Have a great day!

Canopy Growth
Canopy Growth Corp. scores big in the acquisition of Mettrum Health last week
Expansion and acquisition becoming the catalyst for budding marijuana industry

Legalization/Légalisation
Canada’s police want Ottawa to reject task force homegrow recommendation
Tina Fraser: Legalization is not likely to include personal cultivation measures
Canada is giving the green light that it plans to reform cannabis laws this spring

Industry/Industrie
Peru’s government to present a plan to legalize medical cannabis in the country
City College of San Fran offering a class on the recreational cannabis industry
Prince Rupert moves forward with plans to ban commercial cannabis operations
Tokyo Smoke acquires Seattle’s preeminent female-focused weed lifestyle brand

General Interest/Divers
Border officers in Texas seize almost 4,000 pounds of weed camouflaged as limes
Police in Denver can’t find enough space to store all the city’s confiscated weed
High Times investigates the newest trend in cannabis – weed-themed parties!

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