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Police say they recovered a firearm near the body of a male that was discovered in an ‘apparent marijuana plantation’  at Babonneau Sunday. Law enforcement officers discovered the body while searching for an individual from Bo Guis, Babonneau, who had been reported missing. However because of the stage of decomposition of the body, the police […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — A 35-year-old woman, on Tuesday, confessed to Magistrate Crystal Lambert at the Bartica Magistrate’s Court that she trafficked cannabis to support her four children and was remanded to prison until she is sentenced. Anitha Qualis of New Amsterdam, Berbice, made an appearance via Zoom and pleaded guilty to the charge which […]

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In recent days public discussion on the legalization and commercialization of marijuana has gone to another level with some claiming ‘victory’ for having caused it to happen. As The Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies, some of the Christian values we espouse include sobriety, self-control and sound mind. It is such values that have led us to actively discourage the use by our members of other pant derivatives such as tobacco and alcohol or anything to any level that would compromise these values. That has been the unequivocal public stance of our fellowship PAWI International since 1916.

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CNN:-  You may love smoking weed, but it does not love your heart, according to the American Heart Association’s new scientific statement on marijuana. “The American Heart Association recommends that people not smoke or vape any substance, including cannabis products, because of the potential harm to the heart, lungs and blood vessels,” said Dr. Rose […]

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Commerce Minister Bradly Felix has denied indicating in a conversation with the leader of the Cannabis Movement here, Andre ‘Pancho’ De Caires, that there will be full legalisation of marijuana. De Caires posted on Tuesday posted a voice note on social media claiming that Felix had done so. “I have since called on Mr. De […]

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Gros Islet police have charged three residents of the community for possession of firearm, ammunition and cultivation of marijuana. Those charged include a woman. According to reports, police seized over 1000 grown marijuana plants and a shotgun. The police also charged the trio with intent to supply controlled drugs and possession of controlled drugs. Law […]

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(CNN)With California residents being asked to stay at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and all “non-essential businesses and areas” being closed down, officials in Los Angeles are making sure that marijuana is still available to the public. Marijuana dispensaries are being deemed as “essential businesses,” as they are allowed to remain open […]

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(BARBADOS TODAY) – The effort to develop a lucrative medical cannabis industry got a further boost Thursday as the University of the West Indies at Cave Hill launched a course to help medical professionals deal directly with medical cannabis products. The university has developed a Medicinal Cannabis Master Rounds course, which is to be offered ...

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Trinida(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) – THE police’s Child Protection Unit is investigating three reports of children ingesting marijuana found in food items they consumed. A statement from the police said the incidents took place in the Central and Northern Divisions. According to the police, five children from Chaguanas ate brownies a student brought to school as part ...

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Barbados Today:-  The jury is out on if or how the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will support the fledgling regional cannabis industry as Barbados and several other Caribbean states seek to get a piece of that proverbial pie. Responding to questions during the bank’s annual news conference on Tuesday, President Dr Warren Smith acknowledged that […]

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