• Where are the seeds? Cannabis stores across Canada face shortages

    Where are the seeds? Cannabis stores across Canada face shortages

    Canadians the age of majority in their province can grow up to four plants a household, yet there is no legal means to obtain seeds. Licensed cannabis producers have put filling Canadians’ pot demands ahead of their desire to fill pots. With federal legalization of recreational cannabis on Oct. 17, Canadians the age of majority
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  • New online tools available for Michigan medical marijuana users

    New online tools available for Michigan medical marijuana users

    Michigan residents who use medical marijuana now have online tools to register and get needed certification from their doctor. The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs says patients without a caregiver can use the internet to apply for medical marijuana registry identification cards. They also can check the status of their application through a secure online account.
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  • Vancouver, Canada’s Marijuana Capital, Struggles to Tame the Black Market

    Vancouver, Canada’s Marijuana Capital, Struggles to Tame the Black Market

    VANCOUVER — In the pot-friendly city of Vancouver, illegal marijuana dispensaries outnumber Starbucks outlets, and among the most popular is Weeds, Glass and Gifts. There, in a relaxed space reminiscent of the coffee chain, jovial “budtenders” sell coconut chocolate bars infused with marijuana and customers smoke powerful pot concentrates at a sleek dab bar. When Canada legalized
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  • Australia’s cannabis industry set to boom: report

    Australia’s cannabis industry set to boom: report

    AUSTRALIA’S medical marijuana industry is in its early stage but it could soon be worth billions as a new report reveals a surprising statistic. ABOUT seven people a day are being approved for medicinal cannabis as new research suggests the $18 million industry could be worth billions within a decade. Access to the drug is still
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