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Wednesday Special Blend
Wednesday October 19th, 2016 with tic
Jacquie Miller, O Cannabis

http://news.nationalpost.com/features/o-cannabis Postmedia newsroom teams from across the country including Ottawa worked together to provide an investigative report, O Cannabis, into the legalization of marijuana, examining how marijuana is dealt with today and what legalization might look like in the future based on experiences elsewhere. The national editorial series will be published in all major market dailies, in print on October 15, and online with site specific local angles, and is currently available at nationalpost.com. A local reporter, Jacquie Miller, worked on the series, specifically writing about the dispensaries in town, a very relevant local issue not only in Ottawa but today’s society as well.
Show # 650, Hour 1, 7-8 AM
A Living Ken and Barbie
The Orchids - Striving for the Lazy Perfection
Drug You
Half Moon Run - Dark Eyes Canadian
Reste
Jean Mo - Reborn Canadian
Aplogies
Lindsey Fergusan - Chameleon Canadian
Hour 2, 8-9 AM
Interview with
http://news.nationalpost.com/features/o-cannabis
Postmedia newsroom teams from across the country including Ottawa worked together to provide an investigative report, O Cannabis, into the legalization of marijuana, examining how marijuana is dealt with today and what legalization might look like in the future based on experiences elsewhere. The national editorial series will be published in all major market dailies, in print on October 15, and online with site specific local angles, and is currently available at nationalpost.com.

A local reporter, Jacquie Miller, worked on the series, specifically writing about the dispensaries in town, a very relevant local issue not only in Ottawa but today’s society as well.
Hour 2.5, 9-9:30 AM
Where's the Money
Holger, Czukay, Jah Wobble - Full Circle
Interactive CKCU
Dirk Diggler
ATV rides........at Halloween party

7:25 AM, October 19th, 2016
D Bradshaw
Who cares about the USA. Contact the Brockville Psychiatric ward and get the real data on how many people they treat that have a mania reaction to weed. There is good and bad.....

8:30 AM, October 19th, 2016
Rosh
Good conversation! There has been lots of research on marijuana, this is how we won the decision to decriminalized marijuana for medicinal purposes in R. V. Parker.

8:36 AM, October 19th, 2016
Rosh
The reason why there hasn't been much accepted research in North America is because marijuana has been labeled as a narcotic in the US and prohibited in Canada. Health Canada will not research prohibited drugs as policy. But this doesn't mean that there is no resesrch: we need to look to Europe on this issue.

8:38 AM, October 19th, 2016
Rosh
Both the US and Canada rejects European research as a matter of policy. This is a political decision, not a scientific one. One of the leading pieces of research on dangers of all drugs was published in The Lancet medical journal in 2009 by Dr. Professor Nutt. There is no scientific deficit - this is willful blindness by our political leaders.

8:40 AM, October 19th, 2016
Rosh
I would be happy to share this piece of research with yourself and your guest, as well as Glenn Greenwald's report on Portugal (a nation that has decriminalized all drugs since 2001) upon demand. You can reach me at < kfarrokhzad@gmail.com >.

8:41 AM, October 19th, 2016
Rosh
Just to be clear, the Lancet article published by Nutt et. al. specifically focuses on recreational use across sixteen separate and specific categories of measurement of harm. Sorry for all the messages!

8:45 AM, October 19th, 2016