Friday, October 30, 2020

Michael J. Armstrong

Michael J. Armstrong is an associate professor of operations research at Brock University.

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Cannabis Legalization: What’s At Stake On Election Day

Next week’s elections have the potential to make some serious changes and reforms for cannabis and even psychedelics.

The New Stoner: It’s Okay To Admit You Are One

It’s no big deal anymore if you admit to getting high.

Does Marijuana Increase Sexual Appetite?

Some believe the herb puts them deeper in the moment, while others think this perceived enhancement is nothing more than a stoned illusion.

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Cannabis Quality Involves Careful Science And Carefree Highs

Product quality is one area where legal suppliers might have advantages over the black market, but to deliver good quality cannabis, producers must simultaneously aim for both careful science and carefree highs.

Feds Are Blowing Smoke About Canada’s Ample Pot Supplies

Ontario’s first legal cannabis shops are finally here. One challenge they’ll face is Canada’s nationwide product shortage.

Scarce Retail Weed Shops Mean Most Canadians Still Use Black Market Pot

Canada has fallen short in eradicating black markets through marijuana legalization. Here's what the country is losing as a result and how Canada could improve the shortcoming.

How Canadians Are Buying Cannabis And Getting High Now That It’s Legal

There was much speculation throughout 2018 about Canada’s soon-to-be-legal cannabis market. But only recently has data become available that shows what cannabis consumers really want and actually buy.

Where’s The Weed? Clues To Canada’s Marijuana Shortages

Where’s the weed!? That’s been a common Canadian refrain lately. Shortages appeared almost immediately after recreational cannabis sales began last October.

Legal Cannabis Vs. Black Market: Can It Compete?

Legalization day marks the start of several interesting competitions. The most important one from a public policy perspective is the competition between legal cannabis and black markets.