S2E4 - Carefully Cooking with Cannabis

Episode Description

What did you do to celebrate Oct 17/18? Kirk and Trevor were busy. Kirk interviewed people at the first legal cannabis shop in Manitoba outside of Winnipeg. They also had a party to celebrate a year of podcasting. They called up some chefs, read some cookbooks and cooked with cannabis for their friends! They talked to Joel Carleton-Cannabis Sommelier & Interpener, Chef Matt of Delta-9 Chefs, Chef Alan of Flatlands Infused Pop-up dinner, and relied heavily on "Healing Cannabis Edibles" by Ellen Novak and Pat Crocker.

Joel Carleton
on Instagram @canadacomfort
www.canadacomfort.net

Chef Matt - Delta9chefs
www.delta9chefs.com

Chef Allan
https://cannadianchronicle.com/events/flatlands-infused-pop-up-dinner-puff-puff-pass/

Music: Ed Stozek
 
 
 
 

S2E3 - Addictions and Economics

 

Episode Description

Are we addicted to taxes?  Trevor and Kirk talk to Dr. Jason Childs.  He is an economist who says whether you want to reduce harm from cannabis or increase government coffers then keep taxes on cannabis low.  In fact, having the government subsidize licensed producers might be a brilliant idea.  In part 2 we have Dr. Jonathon Stea.  He is a psychologist who has studied and treated cannabis addiction.  Surprisingly, cannabis is probably going to be both worse and better than you imagine post legalization.

Music: 10 Stone
 
 
Links:
Cannabis Regulatory Science:risk-benefit considerations.  Jacob T. Borodovsky and Alan J. Budney – International Review of Psychiatry.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09540261.2018.1454406

Optimal Pricing in the Legal Cannabis Market - Jason Childs & Jason Stevens (exerpt of draft paper from Cannabis Pracamedic Summit-Quebec, Aug 2018)

http://cannabissummit.blogspot.com/2018/07/pricing-cannabis-toward-new-model-for.html

Slate article "Cannabis Addiction Is Not Heroin Addiction.  That doesn't make it any less Real".  Jonathan Stea

https://slate.com/technology/2018/07/cannabis-addiction-is-not-heroin-addiction-that-doesnt-make-it-less-real.html

http://www.priceofweed.com/

Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survery (StatsCan)

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/canadian-tobacco-alcohol-drugs-survey.html

An Effective Retail and Distribution Model for Recreational Cannabis - Jason Childs

https://www.schoolofpublicpolicy.sk.ca/research/publications/policy-brief/An-Effective-Retail-and-Distribution-Model-for-Recreational-Cannabis.php

 

 

 

S2E2 - Work and School

 

Episode Description

The leaves are changing.  Fall is here.  What do you do if an employee at your job site is coming to work high?  How much cannabis should a school bus driver be using?  Teachers and students - which one should be allowed to use medicinal cannabis?  Are you less fit for work if you are on Tylenol #3's or cannabis?  We talk to Floyd Martens, a local and national School Board representative and Wendy Hofford a human resources and safety expert.  Our My Cannabis story is about a sports injury.

Music: Fernande McNabb
 
 
Links:
 
Cannabis in the WorkPlace
 
Marijuana in the workplace: What is unsafe? - A discussion by “the Conversion” web page
https://theconversation.com/marijuana-in-the-workplace-what-is-unsafe-89142

Workforce Drug Positivity at Highest Rate in a Decade - An American study on Cannabis use related to legalization.
http://www.questdiagnostics.com/home/physicians/health-trends/drug-testing

What Will Legal Marijuana Cost Employers? - A white paper by National Families in Action
http://nationalfamilies.org/reports/What_Will_Legal_Marijuana_Cost_Employers--Complete.pdf
 
Driving and Cannabis

Crash Fatality Rates After Recreational Marijuana Legalization in Washington and Colorado - A paper by the American Journal of Public Health
https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.2017.303848

Marijuana and Driving: A Review of the Scientific Evidence - A discussion paper by The National Organization for the reform of Marijuana Laws
http://norml.org/library/item/marijuana-and-driving-a-review-of-the-scientific-evidence
 

S2E1 - Legal Weed...

 

Episode Description

What is the name of the trophy Governor General of Canada of 1892 had named after him?  Need a hint?  The winners of the trophy in 1971-72 had their names misspelled on the trophy as the “Bqstqn Bruins.”   What does that trophy have to do with Dauphin and the fact recreational Cannabis will be legal October 17/18?  Find out, plus learn all sorts of interesting details about legalization from the CEO of Delta-9 John Arbuthnot.  Come for the mystery.  Stay for the Cannabis legalization education!  My Cannabis story is a young woman with pain from cancer treatment... with a happy ending!

Music: Trevor Gordon
 
 
Links:
 
Delta-9 Cannabis
www.delta9.ca

S1E10 - Back to Dirt 2.0

 

Episode Description

Kirk goes to Cossack camp at Canada's National Ukrainian Festival and talks to MP's and outlaws about Cannabis.  Trevor and Kirk review what they have learned in the first 9 episodes and where they are going next.  Plus the inaugural "My Cannabis Story".  These are short stories that YOU the listeners submit.  This one is on Lyme Disease.  We normally keep the identity of "My Cannabis Story" people confidential, but Sue wants us to share.  So you can find her on Facebook at "Lemons For Lyme", @suzyjocookshelp or www.facebook.com/suzyjocookshelp.  You can email her directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you want to talk Lyme Disease.

 
Links:
 
 
Canada's National Ukrainina Festival

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