MED activists Joya Halls and Ashleigh Brown highlighted unhelpful THC ranges on products listed on CannabisNL’s website. For example, Aphria/Soleil‘s “Gather” Sativa, is listed as between 7% and 21% THC, while Aphria/Riff‘s “Subway Scientist” indica pre-roll ranged from 9% to 27%.
- Saskatchewan’s provincial parks are banning alcohol—and cannabis—for Victoria Day weekend, often known ominously as May Two-Four, due to previous incidents of drunken chaos and vandalism.
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- Summer festivals across Canada have to decide how they will handle REC. The Edmonton Folk Fest will have a designated cannabis-smoking area, but that won’t necessarily be the rule—some festivals will continue to ban smoking of any kind. Some Calgary-area festivals will allow REC, but most won’t.
- A Newfoundland judge found a designated driver not guilty of having cannabis available in her vehicle after she was arrested for transporting a person she was not aware was carrying cannabis in a mason jar. “With respect, I do not believe that the intent of the legislation is to require that designated drivers must search their passengers before driving them home,” the judge wrote.
- Rugby team the Toronto Wolfpack—which is based in Toronto but plays in the UK—launched a line of CBD topicals for athletes for sale in Canada.