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B.C. marijuana company selling cannabis Christmas advent calendars
    #829659 - 11/17/17 10:20 AM (30 days, 23 hours ago)

http://www.ctvnews.ca/business/b-c-marijuana-company-selling-cannabis-christmas-advent-calendars-1.3680461

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Advent calendars normally contain chocolate or candy to help you countdown for the holidays, but a B.C. company is selling advent calendars geared more towards giving you the munchies.
Coast to Coast Medicinals is taking pre-orders for cannabis Christmas advent calendars, featuring dried marijuana buds and edibles. The calendars – which range from $200-$230 come in three types: one that is all dried marijuana, one that contains only edibles, and a third that combine the two.
"We wanted something fun and different, something for adults," Lorilee Fedler, the founder of the online store, told CTV Vancouver.

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Re: B.C. marijuana company selling cannabis Christmas advent calendars [Re: Rider420]
    #829938 - 11/26/17 01:25 PM (21 days, 20 hours ago)

Pot calendars for Christmas
The Canadian Press - Nov 26, 2017 / 6:49 am

https://www.castanet.net/news/BC/212531/Pot-calendars-for-Christmas


A Vancouver cannabis company is scrambling to keep up with a flood of orders for marijuana-filled advent calendars, but the novel take on a popular Christmas tradition has some health experts ringing alarm bells.
Lorilee Fedler of Coast to Coast Medicinals said she's been overwhelmed by the response since launching the holiday calendars earlier this month.
"We just wanted something fun and different for adults," Fedler said, adding that she came up with the idea after seeing versions containing beer.
The company, which is unlicensed, has sold 150 calendars, with 300 more orders ready for processing on top of a waiting list of about 1,500 people, Fedler said.
"We didn't expect it to be so popular," she added, laughing.
Coast to Coast offers the advent calendars packed with only marijuana flowers, only edibles, such as weed-infused gingerbread men and snowflake cookies, or a combination of the two. They cost between $200 to $230.
The calendars are illegal but Fedler said she isn't concerned about a crackdown, and police have not contacted her. The federal government has yet to finalize legislation around restricting the marketing of marijuana ahead of its proposed legalization date of July 1, 2018.
Last week, Health Canada unveiled a set of proposed regulations that would, among other things, limit colours and graphics on cannabis packages and require stark health warnings like those found on tobacco products.
Rebecca Jesseman of the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction said the emergence of such advent calendars illustrates the gaps that exist in the current law.
"The biggest concern is it's not a regulated product," Jesseman said. "We're talking about a product that has not gone through quality testing, so there's no way to be certain as to what's in the product in terms of the levels of THC and other cannabinoids, so what the level of intoxication will be."

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Ya Narcs don't like cannabis what a shock. Well don't worry next year they wont have any of their patented paranoid propaganda about cannabis because it will be legal here in Canada.:bigblunt:

FYI Narcs and Nazis have a lot in common including their future! Narcs persecuted cannabis users just as Nazis persecuted Jews. And how did that work out for the Nazis again? Oh ya Jews still hunt down Nazis funny how the tides turn eh.


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