“The bottom line is that all of these devices don’t have any reflection on the level of impairment at all when it comes to the subject of the test,” Leamon said, adding that, unlike alcohol, the way cannabis affects each consumer is highly individualistic.
Last week, attendees of a two-day “glamping” getaway braved a heat wave to gather at the New Farm, which consists of 40 hectares of agriculture, wildlife, and walking trails, just a two-hour drive from Toronto.
When recreational cannabis is officially allowed on store shelves this October 17, West Vancouver residents are going to have to travel to a neighboring municipality if they want to purchase the plant legally.
The list, which represents just under a third of the country’s licensed producers, is the largest and most diverse spectrum of wholesale producers announced by a province since Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, received Royal Assent in June.
Canada's cannabis industry is quickly going corporate, but U.S. border agents are reportedly issuing travel bans to anyone involved, regardless of whether they're wearing a Grateful Dead t-shirt, a lab coat, or a suit.
The documents are intended to help hopeful applicants navigate an obstacle course littered with legal hurdles. What the government produced, however, is a silver platter summary of why cannabis retailers and activists say there's still a lot left to fight for.