Trigger Warning: If you don’t have an open mind about drugs, or how manipulative and dishonest a federal government can be, you won’t gain anything from this post. Psychedelic Medicines Were Widely Used Until the 60’s and 70’s As a
Fear of increased teen Cannabis Use is not backed by Data! The Federal Government’s #1 stated objective for the Cannabis Act (C45) is reduction of use by young people, yet one of the most often heard arguments against cannabis legalization
Canadian Cannabis Regulations – A Tale of Two Canadas Now that the Canadian Cannabis Regulations have been nailed down by most of the provinces, Canadians can take some comfort that we won’t be thrust into the abyss of reefer madness
It’s Time Everyone Dumped Their Belief in Old Cannabis Myths It surprises and somewhat dismays me that a full year into focusing my consulting practice on the cannabis industry, I still meet raised eyebrows or the occasional “nudge, nudge, wink,
Cannabis Act Focuses on Health and Safety Over Building Commercial Framework The Canadian government tabled their long-awaited Cannabis Act on Thursday. It’s no accident that they announced this on the second-best day in the calendar to bury a news story.
Liberals can’t see that cannabis branding is key to their goals. All indications are that the Canadian federal government’s approach to the cannabis business won’t offer nearly the cannabis branding opportunities many hope for. No doubt a blow to the big Licensed Producers
Second Licensed Producer Cannabis Recall in 2 Months Last week’s recall by Oranigram/Aurora was the second major cannabis recall in 8 weeks for the banned pesticide Myclobutanil. Technically a fungicide, Myclobutanil is ok to eat (they say!) but is nasty
Task Force on Cannabis Got it Mostly Right Last week’s release of the report by the Canadian government’s Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation largely took a public health approach, which is appropriate given both the initial terms of