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Canadian National Cannabis Dispensary
Toronto, ON C
15270
CNCA is a family owned medical and recreational marijuana dispensary based in Kelowna British Columbia. Since 2004 CNCA has fought for recognition of providing Hemp for ailments as an alternative to chemicals. CNCA produces organic grade strains which have specific body altering ...
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The Oregonian | Oct 31 2018 | TORONTO
 Canada plagued by pot shortage after legalizing marijuana


The name of the store is High North, but it might as well be named High and Dry because for all but about four hours of the first two weeks since marijuana was legalized in Canada, there was no pot to sell. Trevor Tobin, one of the owners of the Labrador City shop in Newfoundland and Labrador, said they went 10 straight days without supply. ``The producers keep saying there will be some bumps in the road, but right now it`s not a bump in the road. It`s a big pothole,`` he said. His mother, Brenda Tobin, is a part-owner and said that after she tells customers there`s noth....
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The Weed Blog | 10/24/2018
 Canada Update: Please Mr. Postman, Bring me My Weed, That is if There`s Any Left


Moira Feeney
The Canadian government controls online cannabis sales in many provinces; tells people to be patient, we`re trying. As we reported, one day after Canada legalized cannabis, dispensaries and shops around the country promptly ran out of supplies. The Canadian government, which is in control of selling cannabis online in many of the countrys 13 provinces and territories, assured people that theyd pick up the slack and ship peoples pot orders in due course. The government-run Ontario Cannabis Store in charge of shipping off the goods, says it received about 100,000 online or....
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Cannabis Industry Journal | October 30, 2018
 World Health Organization November Meeting To Review Cannabis


Marguerite Arnold
In a sign that cannabis reform is now on the march at the highest level of international discussion, the World Health Organization WHO will be meeting in November to formally review its policies on cannabis. This will be the second time in a year that the organization has met to review its policies on the plant, with a direct knock-on effect at the UN level. According to documents obtained by Cannabis Industry Journal, including a personal cover letter over the committees findings submitted to the Secretary-General Antonio Guterres by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Direct....
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N Y Times | Oct. 29, 2018 | VANCOUVER
 Vancouver, Canadas Marijuana Capital, Struggles to Tame the Black Market
Workers taking cannabis off the stalk to be trimmed at Pure Sunfarms, a legal grower, in Vancouver.
Workers taking cannabis off the stalk to be trimmed at Pure Sunfarms, a legal grower, in Vancouver.
(image:Alana Paterson for The New York Times)
Dan Bilefsky
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 recreational marijuana, on Oct. 17, one of the central aims was to shut down the thousands of illegal dispensaries and black market growers dotting the country. But taming an illegal trade estimated at 5.3 bill....
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