Cannabis

Vancouver police chief says his department won’t use Drager DrugTest 5000 to screen drug-impaired drivers

Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould's preferred roadside cannabis testing device won't be deployed in the city she represents in Parliament. Today, the.

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Cops can consume weed but not get wasted in proposed Vancouver police work policy

The Vancouver Police Department is recommending a lenient policy around pot use in its workplace. In essence, officers, civilian employees, and.

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Is the party over for Tilray shareholders? Stock falls 30.25 percent in a single day

Nanaimo-based Tilray had another strange ride on NASDAQ. The Canadian cannabis company saw its share price fall an astonishing 30.25 percent.

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Cannabis historian Jamie Shaw reveals that the plant has been at the centre of cataclysmic events for centuries

The history of cannabis has been intertwined with colonialism, repression, and racism dating back hundreds of years.

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Sarah Leamon: Smartphone app provides insights into cannabis impairment, but don’t rely on it in court

The federal government has unveiled its newest testing device to detect for drug-impaired drivers—the Draeger DrugTest 5000—but could your smartphone do the job just as well?

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Tilray shares go on roller-coaster ride before company ends day worth more than Tim Hortons’ parent firm

The wildest stock market story of the day once again involved a Nanaimo-based cannabis producer. Tilray shares opened at US$233.58 after.

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