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Published: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 08:29:15 -0700

Last Build Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2017 08:10:02 GMT

 



CN NK: N.B. Group Suggests 19 As Minimum Age To Buy Cannabis

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 07:00:00 GMT

The Sun Times, 22 Jun 2017 - FREDERICTON - The legal age limit for recreational marijuana use in New Brunswick should be set at 19, a provincial working group recommended Wednesday in a report that also calls for sales to be handled by something similar to a Crown corporation. Health Minister Victor Boudreau said the province's Liberal government will consider the recommendation, but he said the actual age limit could be pushed higher.



CN NK: Website Aims To Help Sophisticated Pot Users Get Out Of The

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 08:00:00 GMT

Globe and Mail, 31 Dec 2016 - It started beside a dumpster. Derek Riedle was hunched next to the garbage bin, tucked behind the back of an upscale Italian restaurant in Venice, Calif. Riedle had taken his wife, Terri, out to celebrate her birthday - and while she sat at the table enjoying a glass of wine, Riedle was in the back alley, taking hits of marijuana off his vape pen. "The inequities of cannabis, the prohibition, occurred to us numerous times over the years, but there was something about that night. I was really moved to do something about it," Riedle said.



CN NK: N.B. Bets On Nascent Marijuana Sector

Fri, 09 Sep 2016 07:00:00 GMT

Globe and Mail, 09 Sep 2016 - In a 'virtually unprecedented' move, New Brunswick government invests $4-million in medical-pot startup Zenabis Kevin Coft and his medical marijuana startup are benefiting in a big way as the New Brunswick government embraces the job opportunities this budding industry could bring to the province.



CN NK: Edu: Heading To The High Ground On Parliament Hill

Tue, 05 Apr 2016 07:00:00 GMT

The Aquinian, 05 Apr 2016 - A Liberal Senate forum held earlier this year signified the Trudeau government taking its first tentative steps down the road to legalization. Yet, many questions remain unanswered as the government contemplates a homegrown solution. Can I smoke it now?



CN NK: Edu: Federal Gov To Pass The Joint Laws

Wed, 03 Feb 2016 08:00:00 GMT

The Brunswickan, 03 Feb 2016 - The Canadian government stands to make over $5 billion from taxes if marijuana is legalized but Fredericton dealers aren't too concerned with how it will affect their sales. One local pot dealer thinks the possible legalization will only affect the people who will have the money to buy government supplied marijuana, and that the taxing will help the province.



CN NK: Edu: Drugs From The Dark Web

Wed, 03 Feb 2016 08:00:00 GMT

The Brunswickan, 03 Feb 2016 - The box came from Amsterdam. Casey Stone (pseudonym) and his three friends had waited weeks for the package to arrive. Finally, a Canada Post worker dropped off a brown box. It was addressed to one of Stone's friends and had just been flown in from the Dutch capital.



CN NK: New Site Targets Highbrow Pot Smokers

Tue, 22 Sep 2015 07:00:00 GMT

Globe and Mail, 22 Sep 2015 - Digital Publication Hopes to Capitalize on the Turning Tide of Public Opinion in Favour of Cannabis The world is warming up to recreational marijuana, and a southern New Brunswick startup is betting they're hungry for stories about it.



CN NK: Editorial: Expressed Outrage Misses The Point

Wed, 17 Jun 2015 07:00:00 GMT

Sackville Tribune-Post, 17 Jun 2015 - We'll concede Canada's Supreme Court justices are not medical experts. Ditto for most politicians. So the potential benefits of medical marijuana aren't the issue in the recent court ruling, it's a matter of what products should be available to users. The federal government sure gets itself tied up in knots over every instance of altered regulations for the drug. Health Minister Rona Ambrose, commenting upon the decision, said she was outraged. Reflecting the general outlook of the Conservative Party, she's concerned about increasing normalization of marijuana - also about judges making decisions on a substance whose medical value is still disputed. That suggests we need more research on marijuana and its purported health effects. Ambrose might want to tell us what the holdup is there.



CN NK: Seizure Of Contraband At Dorchester Penitentiary

Fri, 12 Jun 2015 07:00:00 GMT

Sackville Tribune-Post, 12 Jun 2015 - On June 3, 2015, correctional officers in the medium security unit at Dorchester Penitentiary intercepted an inmate who was attempting to bring contraband into the institution. This seizure is the result of the combined efforts of correctional officers and security intelligence officers. The contraband seized includes 14.65 grams of Marijuana, 3.02 grams of tobacco and about 1.25 gram of hash oil. The total institutional value of this seizure is estimated at $1,890.00.