Month: September 2020

British Columbia to reserve shelf space for Indigenous cannabis producers

Reposted from mjbizdaily.com Shelf space in British Columbia’s privately- and publicly-owned recreational cannabis stores will soon be reserved to highlight products from Indigenous producers. The province announced the Indigenous Shelf Space Program in a rare Sunday evening press release. British Columbia wants to start the program next year. “The program will highlight cannabis products produced …

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College students taking a COVID gap semester are turning to cannabis jobs

Reposted from Leafly Sept 18, 2020 COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the college experience. An August 2020 poll by College Reaction and Axios found that 22% of college students said they won’t be enrolling this fall semester. Many students citing a dissatisfaction with remote learning. Others are concerned about their health. That gap semester has …

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Cannabis in the NFL: Is Marijuana the Key to Athletic Success?

This is re-posted from 420Intel. If you haven’t heard, this weekend was big for football. Not only did it mark the first football season since the pandemic, but also the first season since the National Football League amended its labor agreement to cease the suspension of players who test positive for marijuana. For a historically conservative league, …

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