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Jerry Langton
Jerry Langton is a political reporter and author who splits his time between Canada and NYC.
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What You Need to Know to Become a Legal Cannabis Grower in Canada

So You Want to Be a Legal Cannabis Grower.

Coming Back to Cannabis? Here’s What You Need to Know

It really is stronger than it used to be.

Canadian Researchers Complete Mapping Cannabis Genome

A recent study from the University of Toronto reveals how hemp and cannabis evolved from a single species but contain distinct chemical properties.

How Does Law Enforcement Know Your Cannabis Is Legal? Keep Your Receipt

How Does Law Enforcement Know if Your Cannabis Is Legal?

US Relaxes Border Policy for Canadians Working in Legal Cannabis Industry

So long as the reason for travel isn't business.

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How Cannabis Cultivation Has Advanced Farming Technologies

See how cannabis has already helped in making the future a little greener.

Prediction: Canada Will Have More Cannabis Than it Can Sell by 2021

A cannabis oversupply would be a boon to Canadian consumers, but will it really happen?

Can Pets Get High Off Secondhand Cannabis Smoke?

Yes. And, the effects can be very frightening.

Canada’s First Cannabis-Friendly Golf Course To Open This Spring

Fore (Twenty)!

Toronto Maple Leafs Suing Snoop’s Cannabis Brand Over Logo

The NHL team is claiming copyright infringement.

Vancouver Dispensaries Won’t Close Without a Fight

The dispensaries allege that the city is infringing on the rights of medical cannabis users.

Location of Secret Ontario Cannabis Store Warehouse Revealed

The location of the provincial cannabis stash was a secret until now.

Canna-Curious Named 2018 Word of the Year

A quick Google search returns tens of thousands of mentions of canna-curious.

Teen Cannabis Consumption Unlikely to Increase Post-Legalization

Strict government regulation has made it more difficult for teens to get their hands on cannabis.

Canada’s First Cannabis Hotel Plans to Launch in 2019

Cannabis Air will offer short-term rentals, complete with private balconies and a cannabis concierge, once it opens.

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