Cannabis Life Network: INDUSTRY RESPONDS TO NEW ACMPR MEDICAL CANNABIS SYSTEM
[Cannabis Life Network] Yesterday’s announcement of new Health Canada regulations around medical cannabis was met by the cannabis community with mixed response. The new rules, Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), replace the existing MMPR system once again allowing medical patients to grow their own cannabis at home but only by getting seeds and supplies from the licensed cannabis producers set up under […]
Blackburn News: Medical Marijuana Regulation Changes Welcomed Locally
[Blackburn News – Kirk Dickinson] A Windsor marijuana advocate is praising the Canadian government’s recent changes to laws surrounding medical marijuana. Health Canada announced on Thursday that Canadians who have been prescribed medical marijuana can now grow limited amounts for personal use, or designate someone to grow it for them. Those looking to grow their […]
CBC Windsor: Windsor marijuana vaping lounge applauds new Health Canada rules
[CBC Windsor] The federal government’s decision to allow medical marijuana patients to grow a limited amount of cannabis at home is music to the ears of Windsor’s first vaping lounge. “I think it’s very good thing what they’ve done,” said Jon Liedtke, Co-owner of Higher Limits in Windsor. “Expanding access to medical marijuana, ensuring that there is affordable, consistent supply […]
Blackburn News: Cannabis Lounge Wants To Match Patients With Doctors
[Blackburn News – Adelle Loiselle] A new partnership between a Windsor cannabis lounge and Medical Marijuana Services will help match patients who could benefit from medical marijuana with doctors willing to prescribe it. Patients can fill out an online application and schedule an appointment with a licensed doctor at Higher Limits. A room at the […]
BizX: Higher Limits Launches Medical Marijuana Prescription Service via Video Calling
Higher Limits has announced a partnership with Medical Marijuana Services (MMS) to connect Windsor and Essex County residents seeking medical marijuana with Licensed Physicians through the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) via Video Calling.
WINDSOR INDEPENDENT: Clarifying Canadian Pot Policy
Trudeau’s government announced on 420 they will legalize cannabis, and considering this, it made sense to explain summarize where cannabis policy stands in Canada.
The Plaid Zebra: Will Canada’s Cannabis Future Be a Stoner’s Paradise or Corporate Nightmare?
Cannabis businesses today operate on the edge of legality and are locked in a legal no-man’s land where shaping the rules for the future means navigating a maze of regulations that weave through federal and provincial law as well as local bylaws.