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Canada: Pot stores are now legal in Ontario -- get ready for lineups, shortages and delayed openings - Cannabis News
Few of province's 25 licensed retailers expected to open on Monday.
Mexican Government Launches Poll To Ask Citizens If Marijuana Should Be Legal - Cannabis News
A Mexican cabinet official is asking the country’s citizens whether they support legalizing marijuana—in a Twitter poll.
Big changes are coming to the small country of Luxembourg in the near future.
Prominent professor of neuropsychopharmacology wants the UK medical community to embrace cannabis to meet patients urgent clinical needs.
Though it is still illegal to use marijuana in Uganda, the government in its bid to claim a stake in the lucrative business and generate revenue has landed deals to export medical marijuana products to Canada and Germany to the tune of Shs600b ($160 million) in June.
As Canada’s six-month anniversary of marijuana legalization day approaches, it’s clear that it's been a bit of a rocky road.
The Dutch government is to press ahead with experiments in regulated marijuana production involving 10 licenced growers, according to the detailed plans which were published on Thursday.
Constables now have the option of letting simple stoners go their merry way.
Medical marijuana is technically legal in the UK, but it's extremely difficult for patients to obtain legally, so the parents of many sick children have resorted to smuggling the drug.
Uruguay was the first country in the world to legalise recreational cannabis. Five years after its pioneering law was passed, how's the industry getting on?
Jacana, a newly launched local medical cannabis company, has completed the country's first international export of the Jamaican medical cannabis flower.
What’s in a name? When it comes to cannabis, the terminology has its own regional flair - Cannabis News
Name another substance known by as many different names as cannabis. Go ahead.