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%.

Quick Hits

  1. 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.
    CBC Saskatchewan, Urban Dictionary
  2. 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.
    The Star
  3. 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.
    CBN Compass
  4. 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.
    Financial Times