Friday, April 3, 2020

Arundati Dandapani

Arundati Dandapani advises and supports non-profits and businesses with insightful storytelling at the intersection of cannabis, media, marketing and social research. She is the founder of Generation1.ca, an online cross-sectoral resource and outlet for Canada's newest residents. She was also honored with industry awards, including the inaugural GRIT Future List Honour along with the 2020 AAPOR Burns Bud Roper Fellow and QRCA's 2020 Young Professionals Grant. She is involved with multiple research industry associations, and is the chief-editor of MRIA-ARIM, Canada's Marketing Research and Intelligence Association for research and insights professionals. She can be reached at arundati@generation1.ca.

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Here’s A Breakdown Of Who Supports Cannabis As ‘Essential’ During Pandemic

More than half (53%) of responders agreed that marijuana dispensaries should be considered "essential" during the coronavirus outbreak.

From Job Loss To Obesity: Can Marijuana Help?

If the quarantine is exacerbating emotions pertaining to loss, grief, anxiety or even obesity, here's how marijuana can help.

How To Find The CBD Dosage That’s Best For You

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Should COVID-19 Allow Medical Patients To Grow Marijuana At Home?

Marijuana advocates and industry leaders argue that medical patients shouldn’t have to rely on outside sources to acquire plant medicine.

Canadian Scientist Wants To Research Cannabis As Treatment For COVID-19

Marijuana has known anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties that need further investigation during the global COVID-19 pandemic, says one doctor.

Is Resin A Good Replacement If Marijuana Supplies Go Dry?

Another month of quarantine means that people in legal marijuana states will be scrambling around, even more than they already are, to make sure they have plenty of weed on hand

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Can Police Search Cars For Marijuana Based On Odor Alone?

“Driving while high” remains a concern for police. But can they legally search your vehicle for weed based on scent?

Here’s Why Canadians Are Choosing Edibles Over Smoking Marijuana

A little less than one-half of all Canadian cannabis consumers use cannabis for health and remedy purposes representing a $4.3 billion Canadian market annually.