Weekend Unlimited Enters Retail Cannabis Space In Alberta, Canada

Nisku, Alberta

The Northern Lights Supply 6,500 sq. ft. retail operation is based in Alberta with opening planned for December 2018 CANADA: Weekend Unlimited has announced that it has entered into an arms-length agreement which provides Weekend the option to acquire 49% of a retail cannabis store located in Nisku, Alberta. Northern Lights Supply is situated in Nisku, Alberta, Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Rules On Calgary City Council Agenda

Two Calgary city councillors are calling for land use rules for medical marijuana businesses before the new shops begin opening in the city.

CANADA:  Two Calgary city councillors are calling for land use rules for medical marijuana businesses before the new shops begin opening in the city. Diane Colley-Urquhart and Gian-Carlo Carra want the city to address issues such as ‘clustering’ or ‘proliferation’ of the businesses and also to ensure there is separation from schools, as there is for liquor stores. “You can imagine if you Read the full article…

Calgary Police Log 58% Drop In Illegal Marijuana Grow Op Offences

Law enforcement says legal weed operations are posing a growing challenge for them.

CANADA:  Calgary has seen dramatic drop in arrests, charges and search warrants related to illegal marijuana grow ops since 2009, but legal weed operations are posing a growing challenge for local law enforcement. Offences connected to illegal grow ops plunged 58 per cent, according to police data provided to Metro, but while those numbers have Read the full article…

Half Of Albertans In Favor of Legalizing Marijuana

A survey of 1,208 Albertans conducted for the Herald by polling firm Leger found 50 per cent of respondents support legalizing marijuana, 39 per cent are opposed and 11 per cent don’t have an opinion.

CANADA: As politicians of all stripes weigh in on the issue of legalizing marijuana, a new poll shows half of Albertans support the idea — and the sensitive question of whether public figures have smoked dope appears to have little impact on voters.

Half Of Albertans In Favor of Legalizing Marijuana

A survey of 1,208 Albertans conducted for the Herald by polling firm Leger found 50 per cent of respondents support legalizing marijuana, 39 per cent are opposed and 11 per cent don’t have an opinion.

CANADA: As politicians of all stripes weigh in on the issue of legalizing marijuana, a new poll shows half of Albertans support the idea — and the sensitive question of whether public figures have smoked dope appears to have little impact on voters.