Weekly Cannabis News Roundup

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With so much changing day-to-day with medical cannabis and the looming legalization date in Canada, it can be easy to miss some of the updates. We publish weekly recap blogs of the top stories from the cannabis world, so you can stay in the know.

News cycle for February 5 to 11, 2018:

  • B.C. to ban the sale of pot in liquor stores, allow landlords to ban home-grown grass. The province has previously announced that marijuana will be sold in a mixture of privately owned and publicly owned outlets; it is now set to clarify that none of those outlets will be liquor stores. [Global News]
  • Canadian universities and colleges are expanding course offerings for careers in the marijuana industry. From growing the perfect crop to marketing within restrictive rules, Canadian colleges and universities are cultivating courses for those wanting to work in the booming marijuana industry. [Globe and Mail]
  • Legalization date in Canada has been moved to “late summer”. Ottawa now says it will give industry up to three months to adapt to strict packaging rules and legally ship their products to provincially regulated stores. This new timeline, unveiled by Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor on Tuesday, means adults will not be able to purchase marijuana for recreational purposes immediately after Bill C-45 is adopted in Parliament. [Globe and Mail]

 

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