As COVID-19 continues to ravage the country, a silent epidemic armed with an unregulated poison has been killing Ontarians at a horrifying rate. Multiple health officials have sounded the alarm about the effect of border closures on the Ontario illicit drug supply, particularly opioids. Closed… Read More »Fact or Fiction: Will decriminalizing and regulating illegal drugs save lives in Ontario?
As Americans cast their ballots in one of the most acrimonious U.S. elections in history, Canada’s cannabis industry is salivating on the sidelines. In a historical vote that’s stoking worries of post-election violence, easing restrictions around marijuana has surprisingly broad bipartisan support. Read more: ‘It… Read More »The U.S. election could change the cannabis industry. Is Canada ready? – National
New Zealanders voted to legalize euthanasia in a binding referendum, but preliminary results released Friday showed they likely would not legalize marijuana. With about 83 per cent of votes counted, New Zealanders emphatically endorsed the euthanasia measure with 65 per cent voting in favour and… Read More »New Zealand votes against legalizing cannabis, preliminary results show – National
Two years to the day after the federal government legalized cannabis, a Winnipeg marijuana professional who is currently suing the province over the right to grow pot plants at home said legalization has been a boon for government coffers — and offers a model to… Read More »Winnipeg cannabis worker reflects on two years of legal pot – Winnipeg