A judge from Nova Scotia’s Court of Appeal has ruled that public injury claims made against Organigram Inc by patients who consumed their cannabis products cannot be established.
The Nipissing First Nation in Ontario recently announced their intention to lower the age of access to cannabis on their land, as well as allow the sale of edibles beginning in May of this year.
In situations where farmland or water is limited, and in times where demand for food is high, there are advantages to a system that can harness a natural process to regularly produce several sources of food.
An Ontario Provincial Police Sergeant who had previously been found guilty by a professional standards bureau tribunal for speaking against prohibition at a conference in 2015 and had successfully appealed two of three charges, had the final charges recently dismissed by an Ontario court.
An organization in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is seeking to address some of the challenges the neighbourhood residents are facing when it comes to accessing cannabis legally, by connecting legal home growers with those in need of cannabis.
A former Conservative MP and a current Conservative MP who both raised a conspiracy theory about a ‘leaked task force report’ that supposedly led to a surge in the cannabis stock market in 2016 have recently apologized. Sort of.