Makers of Corona sink $5 billion into the largest cannabis company in time for national legalization in 2 months in Canada

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I have heard that too.A DUI (drunk driving) is a federal offence therefore it means a criminal record and that is a no no with US border patrol so people instead of going to Florida or Hawaii for a winter vacation fly directly to Mexico and bypass the USA and more and more carriers are operating that way.
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This happened to my friend trying to enter Canada.
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This is kind of hilarious but probably true.This was on the TV news tonight so nothing to post.They said that veggie prices in Canada would be going up because there will be a shortage due to many growers switching from growing tomatoes to growing pot and that we would have to import the difference from the US and Mexico.
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Biggest cannabis company operating in Canada buys and partners with Mexican company Farmicia Magistrales to supply THC oils for medicinal products.Interesting.I just wonder why when they have their own grow products why they would outsource it?
http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/topstories/aurora-cannabis-to-acquire-mexican-company/ar-BBQKBLm?ocid=iehp

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Well now that Canopy Growth owned by New York based Constellation Liquor Brand is the biggest pot company in the world valued at over $20 billion dollars,they fire the co founder of the company:
http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/topstories/my-turn-is-over-canopy-growths-co-ceo-bruce-linton-out-amid-widening-losses/ar-AADNLWK?li=AAggFp5&ocid=iehp
There is so many cannabis stores in Canada still with closed doors everywhere!Lots are all ready to go with branding on the businesses and paying thousands of dollars in building rent leases but are still not open because of lack of 'legal' product or waiting for licencing which is chosen by 'lottery' if your name gets pulled.I know a town of less than 14,000 people that have licenced 7 stores and only 1 is open!What happens when all 7 are open and business has to be split moreless 7 ways is there going to be any money made?So,so much for getting in on the ground floor and making a killing in the 'legal' pot industry!It's got to be extremely frustrating for these prospective business owners!What a clusterf**k!Ive never seen anything like it!
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Some may find this article a little boring as it pertains more to the business operations of the largest cannabis (legal) operation in the world and some of what they do.
http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/topstories/david-olive-canopys-ceo-wasnt-really-fired-because-of-lost-profits-%e2%80%94-theres-an-interesting-backstory-here/ar-AAElQCh?li=AAggFp5&ocid=iehp
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