Your dose of cannabis news for the week of September 23rd, 2019
Evergreen Medicinal Supply has had its licence to grow and sell legal pot suspended by Health Canada. This is Canada’s second pot firm to have their license withdrawn, following Bonify’s suspension earlier this year.
“If we can identify the root cause (of vape-related illnesses) and we can offer assurances to consumers that that ingredient isn’t used in vape pens in Canada, I don’t think it should have any effect on demand.” Do you agree?
A new report from Canadian Institute for Health Information shows that cannabis was documented in nearly 40% of youth hospitalizations from substance abuse last year. And 70% of the hospitalizations involved mental health conditions. The need for attention to nuance here is palpable…
Cannabis advocates marched through Westminster today in hopes of convincing the British government to make medical cannabis more widely available.
Israel just opened its first cannabis-friendly cafe, making it the first Middle Eastern state with a dedicated cannabis-consumption establishment. Move over, Amsterdam.