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Are magic mushrooms the next frontier for the cannabis industry?

Given its hallucinogenic effect, lawmakers may be reticent to allow distribution of the psychedelic drug without more restrictions Magic mushrooms, a group of fungi containing the psychedelic substance psilocybin, have long been used as a way to trip out by those adventurous enough to eat something that might have grown …

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Quebec passes law to raise legal age for cannabis to 21

The Quebec government’s contentious cannabis legislation that will impose some of the strictest rules in Canada has been adopted by the province’s National Assembly. On Tuesday, Legault’s government used its majority to pass Bill 2 which will raise the legal age to consume and purchase recreational marijuana from 18 to …

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By close vote, Oshawa wants one pot shop per ward

The city’s guidelines on retail cannabis stores will include a provision limiting one business to each of Oshawa’s five wards. City council passed the staff-recommended location guidelines for stores at its latest meeting. However, Ward 5 city and regional councillor Brian Nicholson brought forth an amendment asking for a limit …

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Cannabis retail stores banned in Mississauga

Mayor Crombie bans cannabis retail stores in Mississauga, Board of Trade fights the mayoral decision. Mississauga residents must wait to purchase cannabis products in Mississauga until Mayor Bonnie Crombie and the City Council can approve cannabis store restrictions. Last month, the Ford Government announced that an additional 50 cannabis retail …

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