Why Canadian marijuana companies are going public in 2017

Submitted by Marijuana News on Fri, 06/09/2017 - 08:45 The marijuana market in Canada is prepped for additional growth: several companies plan to go public in 2017 since the country's regulations are more favorable, giving investors more options in this growing sector.Companies are choosing to file their IPOs in Canada because of the more restrictive …

Canada takes action to legalize and strictly regulate cannabis

News Release From Health Canada Proposed legislation would provide regulated and restricted access to cannabis and crack down on impaired driving April 13, 2017              Ottawa, ON                                                                  Government of Canada The current approach to cannabis does not work. It has allowed criminals and organized crime to profit, while failing to keep cannabis out of the …

Why did Trump really launch 59 Missiles into Syria and Why That Matters

Bruce Cain·Friday, April 7, 2017 Please read and share this important essay. And if you are interested you are welcome to read through all of my essays at the following link: The Complete Facebook Essays of Bruce Cain: Perennial Hippie https://www.facebook.com/bruce.cain.98/notes?lst=100000184321094%3A100000184321094%3A1491578357 So last night (04/06/2017) Corporate "Fake News" announces that Trump has launched 60 Tomahawk …

South African Court OKs Marijuana for Home Use

JOHANNESBURG —  Last week's court ruling allowing home use of marijuana has sent South Africa buzzing about the possibility that cannabis will now be widely legal in the Rainbow Nation. To which pro-marijuana activist Julian Stobbs says: Chill. Friday’s ruling from the Western Cape province High Court does apply across the nation, but the decision …

In Peru, mothers rouse support for legalizing medical marijuana

Ana Alvarez, a working mother of two in Lima, never imagined being on the frontlines of a fight for marijuana in conservative Peru. But a police raid on a makeshift cannabis lab that she and other women started to soothe the symptoms of their sick children has roused support for medical marijuana, prompting President Pedro …