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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 12:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( still not convinced it was widely published , could only find 2 articles online about Scheer's new position , the national post article and this CTV article )


Scheer clarifies that Conservatives won't reverse legal pot if elected


Graham Slaughter, CTVNews.ca Writer

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Published Wednesday, October 24, 2018 8:13PM EDT
Last Updated Thursday, October 25, 2018 9:32AM EDT

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he won¡¯t take steps to roll back legal cannabis if his party wins power in 2019, signalling a firmer stance from the opposition leader after ambivalent messaging.

Scheer, who would not commit one way or the other to keeping pot legal in an interview with CTV¡¯s Power Play last week, clarified his position Wednesday in a French-language radio interview.

Scheer said Conservatives won¡¯t reverse the law if they take control, but he still left the door open for changes.


¡°We acknowledge the reality now, so I do not intend to make it illegal again,¡± Scheer told 104.7 Outaouais, a Gatineau-based radio station. ¡°But we will see what happens in the next year and will make the necessary changes.¡±

Those comments come six days after Scheer struck a more ambiguous tone on the future of cannabis.

Scheer told CTV¡¯s Don Martin last Thursday that the Conservatives would ¡°examine the reality on the ground¡± before making a decision to keep or kill the pot regime.

¡°We have to be realistic about what a change like this means for society and all the ramifications,¡± Scheer said, adding that the party would do its ¡°due diligence.¡±

Scheer¡¯s own health critic, Ontario MP Marilyn Gladu, contradicted him on the issue, saying it would be ¡°very difficult¡± to reverse legalization because rules were already in place and Canadians had invested in the industry.

Sources also told CTV News that Scheer¡¯s wait-and-see approach prompted opposition from within his own office, with some team members urging him to publicly state that he had no plans to undo legalization.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to legalize cannabis during the 2015 federal election, touting a government-regulated market as the best way to keep pot out of the hands of young people and end the black market.

Cannabis sales began nationwide last Wednesday.

The Liberals have largely celebrated the move. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said legalization has been ¡°broadly supported¡± by Canadians. Goodale told CTV¡¯s Question Period that Scheer would face ¡°a very substantial backlash¡± is he took steps to ¡°recriminalize.¡±

In the first week of legalization, cannabis sales have been mixed.

The Ontario Cannabis Store reported about 100,000 online orders in the first 24 hours of legalization. OCS president Patrick Ford said the consumer response was ¡°way beyond what we anticipated.¡±

The BC Liquor Distribution Branch said on day one there were 9,175 cannabis sales online and 805 in-person sales at the province¡¯s lone physical store in Kamloops. Sales in B.C. dropped about 70 per cent on the second day of legalization.

With files from The Canadian Press


https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/scheer-clarifies-that-conservatives-won-t-reverse-legal-pot-if-elected-1.4148624
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RCO wrote:
( still not convinced it was widely published , could only find 2 articles online about Scheer's new position , the national post article and this CTV article )

Really ?

If you want to be a bugs, be my guest.

But bullshit. Where did you look ? IN the palm of your hand ?

Why not claim the sun rises in the west? Its not like anyone would check...right?

Nat'l Post.
Globe and Mail.
Toronto Star.
ipolitics.
Huff POst.
McLeans
CBC.
Bloomberg .
Stockwatch
Observer.
Business Financial Post.
Vancouver Times.
Sun Newspapers (all 5 of them)
Scientific American.
Western Star.

....and every damn small town daily/weekly in this nation.


Yup....NOT widely reported !!

LOL! LOL! Thanks for the laugh. Its friday!
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 1:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why's he foaming over? Does anyone know?
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sure.... I like calling out posts that are ostensibly full of shit, ya know, like most of yours lately. I get how butt hurt you are being pantsed (Dems sent the bombs, Tommy Robinson and a mess of others) but hey, fair is fair right?

Just to clue you in...
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still not convinced it was widely published


It was , in spectacular fashion, but someone who doesnt know google exists tried to pull a funny. LOL!
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

... being "pantsed"???

Any honestly objective observer would certainly see the Tommy Robinson story my way, and they would certainly see my point about the guy they have fingered for the bomb look-alikes.

It's too Hollywood for one thing. Lo and behold, when the coppers show up, film crew in tow, the perp's truck is covered with fresh Republican posters. and he's a registered Republican! (That almost sounds like a punch-line from a Woody Allen movie.) As if any self-respecting redneck jailbird would drive around in something like that ... someone with a drug record. Jeez ... even the doziest Floridian wouldn't choose that vehicle when he's mailing the bombs. (Gotta say ... sometimes your provincialism is just glaring, TC ...)

You could acquire some sophistication about these things if you'd check out some Duck Dynasty episodes ... it'd smarten you up. If they thought they were going to be on TV, they'd have gotten all pimped up, like ZZ Top.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTOVzuJmd-U

Well, it's Saturday night , TC ... time for you to start begging ... Please, baby, pleeeeze ,,,
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 6:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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... being "pantsed"???

Yes, a term used when someone has been embarrassed in public.
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Any honestly objective observer would certainly see the Tommy Robinson story my way,

Only if they too are complete idiots without the resources to verify facts.

Not to mention you backed down, glossed over or ignored what was put in front of you.

Its typical of hacks with an agenda. Yours though is particularly futile insofar as you expose yourself when you cut and run with nary a whimper. You havent the intelligence to make your make believe story even remotely plausible.
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It's too Hollywood for one thing. Lo and behold, when the coppers show up, film crew in tow, the perp's truck is covered with fresh Republican posters. and he's a registered Republican! (That almost sounds like a punch-line from a Woody Allen movie.) As if any self-respecting redneck jailbird would drive around in something like that ... someone with a drug record. Jeez ... even the doziest Floridian wouldn't choose that vehicle when he's mailing the bombs. (Gotta say ... sometimes your provincialism is just glaring, TC ...)


Holy shit.... I didnt realize just how dumb you are . "Self respecting redneck' wouldnt drive a vehicle like that? LOL!


And this post is proof of what I say. You have nevered tried to counter any of TR 's criminal acts, no account that disputes his woeful arrest record, no account for his contempt of court charges, just simpleton thoughts of " I think" .

You do not "think" very well at all.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What I put forward, you seem to have forgotten is that avatars are one important way of revealing the system to the folks. The very existence of the avatar can refute the establishment, in many cases such as Milo Yianopolis. They can stir progressive political change in our present era because, in this case, avatars illustrate the very authoritarianism and contempt for what we feel are our 'rights' in trying to stifle him.

Tommy was the example, useful because his case has had little or no coverage in Canada. But he wouldn't be an avatar if people didn't understand what he is talking about -- the fervid hatred that Moslems feel for all other religions. (OK, just the devout ones.)

And then you came along to prove your point supported by hit pieces from the British press. Your point is that Tommy Robinson was to be dismissed as a racist troublemaker, missing the point about the avatar entirely, while simultaneously being wrong about the man called Tommy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kTXKGMeCDY

You still don't seem to be able to get the point.
PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 4:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ontarians fed up with cannabis delivery delays are complaining to the provincial ombudsman
By Amanda Connolly National Online Journalist Global News

Ontarians fed up with two weeks of delays in getting their now-legal cannabis are not just talking about their frustrations online.

They are also filing formal complaints with the provincial watchdog.

Global News has confirmed dozens of complaints have been made to the Ontario ombudsman about how the Ontario Cannabis Store has handled the rollout of cannabis legalization over the past two weeks.

¡°I can confirm that our office does oversee the Ontario Cannabis Store (as we do the LCBO and almost all other Ontario government bodies), and we are receiving complaints,¡± said Linda Williamson, director of communications for the Office of the Ombudsman of Ontario.

¡°As is our normal process, our staff are reviewing all complaints and resolving them informally wherever possible. At present, we are in contact with OCS officials and monitoring developments.¡±

At this point, no formal investigation has been announced.

If the ombudsman decides to pursue one, Williamson said the process is to first inform the organization in writing and then ¡ª usually ¡ª announce it publicly.s://globalnews.ca/news/4607020/ontario-cannabis-store-ombudsman-complaints/
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Amazing! What used to be a crime is becoming a human right!
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

More carnage is coming for marijuana stocks, this investor says
NOVEMBER 3, 2018 BY NICK WADDELL

Canada¡¯s pot stocks have further to fall, according to investment manager Brian Acker, who says that investors looking to jump into the cannabis sector should probably wait until the new year.

It¡¯s been a dizzying couple of months in Canada¡¯s marijuana space where investors began to pile into not just industry heavyweights like Canopy Growth (Canopy Growth Corp Stock Quote, Chart TSX:WEED, NYSE:CGC) and Aurora Cannabis (Aurora Cannabis Stock Quote, Chart TSX, NYSE:ACB) but smaller names, as well, all starting in mid-August when Canopy announced a new $5-billion deal with alcohol giant Constellation Brands.

Many stocks in the sector saw their valuations soar over the space of the two months leading up to Canada¡¯s rec cannabis legalization date of October 17. The Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index (TSX:HMMJ) which tracks the performance of the sector in general went from a low of $14.54 on August 14 to a high of $27.00 on October 16.

Then, while Canadians celebrated the end of cannabis prohibition, many by waiting in long lines for their first purchase of legal pot, the bottom fell out of the cannabis space in no short order. Over the ensuing two weeks, Canopy has lost 37 per cent of its value as of late-day trading on Friday, Aurora is down 44 per cent and HMMJ is now down 30 per cent.

Marijuana Stocks Haven¡¯t Seen the Bottom
But there¡¯ll be more carnage ahead for the sector, says Acker, President and CEO of Acker Finley Inc.

¡°As the fundamentals come out in terms of sales and earnings, the market will suss out who the winners are going to be,¡± Acker told BNN Bloomberg. ¡°We¡¯ve had a little bit of a crash but I think there¡¯s more to it that¡¯s going to come.¡±

¡°These guys are going to probably start reporting after the December quarter,¡± he said. ¡°I would avoid the space altogether, and as value managers, what I¡¯d love to do is pick through the rubble ¡ª pick through the ones who you think are going to be the winners and losers based on fundamentals, and the market will tell you probably in the first quarter of 2019 who you want to own and who not.¡±

The late October decline in cannabis has had a major impact on Canada¡¯s markets in general, with the drop in pot stocks contributing to one of the worst months for the S&P/TSX Composite in years. The S&P/TSX Venture Composite was hit hard as well, with ten of its 15 biggest losers for October coming from cannabis.

At the same time, even with recreational cannabis up and running, there¡¯s still a lot left to be determined about the industry, not just in Canada but in other jurisdictions like the United States and Europe where liberalization surrounding cannabis may further open up the industry.
เว็บ แทง บอล แถม เสื้อhttps://www.cantechletter.com/2018/11/more-carnage-is-coming-for-marijuana-stocks-this-investor-says/
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hope this doesn't get me "pantsed" again.
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Black market cannabis is $3 cheaper per gram, Statistics Canada survey finds
By Staff The Canadian Press

OTTAWA ¡ª Statistics Canada says that the average price of a legal gram of recreational pot last year was $9.70, nearly 50 per cent higher than the illicit market price of $6.51.

The agency says it received 385 price quotes deemed plausible using the StatsCannabis crowdsourcing application between Oct. 17, when adult-use pot became legal in Canada, and Dec. 31.

It added that roughly half of the respondents told the agency they bought recreational pot from a legal supplier.

Statistics Canada also says the average amount of non-medical cannabis purchased from an illegal supplier was more than double the quantity bought from legal channels, such as government-run stores or websites.

Respondents told the agency since Oct. 17 they purchased an average of 17.2 grams from illegal suppliers, compared with 8.3 grams from legal retail outlets or online for mail delivery.

However, availability of legal cannabis amid widespread product shortages across Canada since legalization day may be a contributing factor.
https://globalnews.ca/news/4831121/statcan-cannabis-price-survey/?utm_source=GlobalNews&utm_medium=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR3ScgF561AVhoT7xECasfhgQ5W8GdvCsNVv6ZHfKMorG5DKiO53lg22nII
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It's a small sample but it implies a policy failure of sorts. To make it work, they probably have start using the coppers against the black market ...
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No complaints here.

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It's a small sample but it implies a policy failure of sorts. To make it work, they probably have start using the coppers against the black market ...

Policy failure or inability to accurately gauge the popularity.

IME, the problem goes a couple of ways.
1) availability to purchase/delivery. One wants it, one gets it. Same as a boittle of wine or case of beer. Go get it and come home. Easy peasy.
2) Not wanting to use credit cards for purchase online. I do not want, should I wish to purchase weed, my credit card to be in any database of a weed company. I dont trust the US to not try and gaim access to that info. US border guards refused a woman on the grounds of her depression and anti-anxiety meds, info they could ONLY have obtained from her health records. Sorry, just wont do it.
3) Ease of purchase. I can call someone , stop on way home, be in and out in a minute.Until the govt opens the gates to allow retail virtually anywhere things probably stay the same.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Goofy gives us a list of reasons why he continues to patronize the black market. He fails to mention that government marijuana is 40% above the market price ... in real life, his pusher is probably just two floors away, in the bit of high-rise hell he occupies.

The Conservatives are going to have a lottery to decide who gets to open the stores. It costs $6,000 (non-refundable) to enter the lottery, and they have to have $50,000 in financial backing. That's a "license" -- the purchase of an exemption from the law -- but at least they are pretending to do it in a non-political way, but I can't believe the police have a veto.

Liberals would never do that. When the Liberals ruled Ontario, George Smitherman, the good who gave licenses on the wind as patronage ... is at the top of one of the competing companies. Nothing he ever did worked out. Even his husband killed himself rather than to continue to service him.
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