As For Canada, Last Month Canadian Prime Minister, justin Trudeau had Taken The First Steps In Fulfilling His Campaign Promise In Legalizing Cannabis For Recreational Purposes In The Country.

(OTC: IVITF) (CSE: IMH.CN), Supreme Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTC: SPRWF), Emblem Corp. (OTC: EMMBF), Aphria Inc. (OTC: APHQF) The report identifies despite mixed signals from Washington, D.C., the cannabis legalization venture has pushed forward across many states. Congruent states are using Colorado, Washington, and Oregon as models while expanding in to the medical or adult use space. The biggest political win of the U.S. election came in California, as voters originally failed to approve adult use in 2010, they voted overwhelmingly in 2016 legalizing in a state that represents the world’s sixth-largest economy. As for Canada, last month Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau had taken the first steps in fulfilling his campaign promise in legalizing cannabis for recreational purposes in the country. The proposed legislation is called the Act to Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances, and the goal is to implement the legislation by July 2018.  Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. (TSX.V: CBW) announced this morning that it, “is pleased to feature its partner Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. (“Broken Coast”) and discuss the CW and Broken Coast transaction in more detail.” Dean Kauwell, Co-Founder, Director, and COO of Broken Coast commented, “Broken Coast is very enthusiastic about our new partnership with Cannabis Wheaton.

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