Inside Canada’s New Corporate Weed System: Canadian Cannabis (Episode 1)

Inside Canada's New Corporate Weed System: Canadian Cannabis (Episode 1)
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In this episode of Canadian Cannabis, Damian visits two gigantic weed factories in Ontario to check out what kind of bud the government has legally authorized. He also chats with pot activists throughout British Columbia to get their take on the new licensed producer system. And, lastly, we visited a private pot grower who has a medical grow license, but is being squeezed out by Canada’s new medical marijuana program: the MMPR.

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Inside Canada’s New Corporate Weed System: Canadian Cannabis (Episode 1)

16 thoughts on “Inside Canada’s New Corporate Weed System: Canadian Cannabis (Episode 1)”

  1. All right I will never buy my weed from Walmart. I know I can grill better but then these people can fucking dream of there's no way I will buy my weed from a large facility. Big business one of the lockers that before but now they're taking our shit there's a big fuck you

  2. You hand this shit over to the big corp, what the fuck do you expect, corporations only cares about MONEY !!! this is what happens when the people allow a government who serves the big corporations.

  3. Marijuanna is able to grow with added chemicals (weed) i have a thought that the government wants to add chemicals to the plants while growing. Why else woukd it matter to grow the weed them selves?

  4. I believe they are growing poisonious marijuanna. I remeber the day when weed smelled and smoked alot different. Big change in the product.

  5. You guys successfully entered the parliament and enforcing RCMP and police in the activity. Trust me! I am not a blind religious person. Keep up the good job! :*

  6. I don't see why the feds have to eliminate the freedom of growing it yourself or getting it from a friend. Of course anyone who is selling it to the public should meet a predetermined set of safety and quality criteria, but why make this the only option?

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