Your dose of cannabis news for the week of July 22th, 2019

Cement blocks at CAFE on Bloor near Ossington
Image / feature image via torontocitynews

Again Toronto’s CAFE dispensary proves its resiliency: 4 store locations got raided again last week and this time were also shuttered with cement blocks. Staff removed some of the blocks, covered others with a photo of their patio and continued to sell product on the sidewalk out front of the Bloor and Harbord locations. 8 people ended up getting arrested and 2 charged. You know, business as usual.

Canadian cannabis LPs line up to nab CannTrust’s medical patients while sales are offline after the company’s regulatory breach.

US Bible vendor Christian Book Distributors has changed its name after 40 years under the title – the acronym CBD was um, confusing for customers.

A new study found that cannabis consumption during pregnancy is on the rise – 2009 – 2017 saw a jump from 1.95% to 3.38%.

Image via Sean Black / Lowell Herb Co via LA Times

Hollywood’s first ever cannabis Cafe is set to open September 1st, but not all neighbors are excited – namely, a rabbi who’s concerned the smell of marijuana will infiltrate the air in her nearby synagogue.

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