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The End to Canada's Cannabis Drought May Be Much More Dramatic Than Expected

Posted on 15 November 2019

There are literally hundreds of applications for cannabis cultivation licenses awaiting approval from Health Canada. And if they all get put through, it would mean way more weed than Canada would ever need. At the end of 2018 there were nearly 840 applications pending in a Health Canada backlog to open new cannabis cultivation sites. And while the country is currently facing down a hu ...

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Investing in the Cannabis Industry

Posted on 15 November 2019

Investors are always looking for areas of growth in the overall public sector and investing in the cannabis industry has proven to be a beneficial road to returns. A budding legalization movement across the globe and an emerging US market set to create US$80 billion by 2030 have led many investors to be eager to invest in the space. Here, the Investing News Network (INN) ...

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U.S. bill that aims to open financial system to cannabis companies could be bad news for Canada's pot sector

Posted on 15 November 2019

Canada’s cannabis industry could see its first-mover advantage cut short if a piece of legislation that would open the U.S. banking sector to cannabis companies is eventually passed, some industry watchers say. The Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act, which would protect U.S. banks working with cannabis companies from criminal scrutiny by regulators, is due to face a mark ...

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12 Common Law Firm Marketing Mistakes

Posted on 12 November 2019

It is the desire of every business owner to effectively market and grow their business—and this holds true for lawyers as well. However, there is the possibility of complacency creeping into law firms that believe they have attained a considerable level of success, and therefore they neglect strategic marketing. This can be dangerous as some legal firms are still yet to implement the mos ...

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Top 3 reasons why Canada is best for undergraduate and graduate degrees

Posted on 07 November 2019

Canada is fast becoming one of the best countries for international students to study. This is due to the numerous employment opportunities available in the county and the ease to gain permanent residence (PR) and citizenship status. Emma Tran, a third-year international student at the Conestoga College in Ontario, spoke to U.S. News about her experience studying for a bachelor’s degree ...

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Ancient Egyptian tomb reveals GRUESOME murals of cows being slaughtered

Posted on 15 October 2019

(Natural News) A recent archaeological mission unearthed more evidence of life in ancient Egypt during the Age of the Pyramids. The dig, led by Mohamed Megahed of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, revealed the remains of a nobleman named Khuwy in a colorful tomb dating back 4,400 years. The discovery was made in Saqqara, an ancient necropolis south of Cairo. ...

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Next time you eat an avocado, don’t throw out the pit: It’s great for treating inflammation

Posted on 15 October 2019

(Natural News) The avocado is considered one of the healthiest fruits on the planet. This superfruit is packed with nutrients and healthy fats that promote heart health. Hence, it’s no surprise that it has found its way to the top of the list of the most consumed fruits, together with apple and berries. But while the fruit is appreciated mainly for its delicious and nutritiou ...

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Useful AND pretty: 5 Health benefits of parsley that prove it’s more than just a garnish

Posted on 15 October 2019

(Natural News) Parsley is a mildly bitter herb that’s often used as a garnish for various dishes. But did you know that parsley is also full of nutrients with cancer-fighting properties and that it can boost your bone health? Parsley is a flowering plant often used as a fresh culinary herb or dried spice. Usually used as a garnish, the bright green herb has a mild, bitter flavor ...

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Why you should drink more ginger turmeric tea: Facts, benefits

Posted on 15 October 2019

(Natural News) Ginger and turmeric are known as great herbal remedies on their own, but they make an even more impressive remedy when combined to make tea. Ginger (Zingiber officinale)is a flowering plant that is used throughout the world as a fragrant and flavorful spice and as an herbal remedy. On the other hand, turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a leafy pe ...

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Acupuncture may improve standard treatments for chronic headache

Posted on 15 October 2019

(Natural News) Headaches are associated with pain that can be trifling when mild and disabling when severe. A minor headache may not be a cause of concern, although what causes it is still unclear. However, some headaches, such as those that develop after the age of 50 and are accompanied by other symptoms like fever, confusion, or painful red eye, maybe warnings signs and require imm ...