Another cannabis giant planting roots in Leamington

According to windsorstar.com; In anticipation of soon getting its final Health Canada approval to begin production, the company, affiliated with Canopy Growth, the nation’s largest pot company, is hosting a jobs fair next month to hire as many as 100 employees. “What we are doing in cannabis is an absolute game-changer,” said PharmHouse human resources manager […] Read more

POLL: Americans give social media thumbs-down…

According to nbc.com: WASHINGTON — The American public holds negative views of social-media giants like Facebook and Twitter, with sizable majorities saying these sites do more to divide the country than unite it and spread falsehoods rather than news, according to results from the latest national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. What’s more, six-in-10 Americans say […] Read more

STUDY: Using Multiple Digital Devices At Same Time Impairs Self-Control…

According to studyfinds.org: HOUSTON — Limiting yourself to using just one digital device at a time may do wonders for your waistline. A new study finds that media multitasking — or flipping back-and-forth between your smartphone, smart watch, laptop and tablet — can contribute to obesity. Researchers from Rice, Dartmouth, and The Ohio State universities say that […] Read more

Mexican president gives free passage north…

According to washingtontimes.com;  For most people, the pain of mass illegal immigration has been abstract. That’s about to change. Anyone crossing the U.S.-Mexico border could end up stuck in longer lines as officers are pulled from the land ports of entry and deployed to help the Border Patrol transport, feed and see to the medical needs of […] Read more

Here are the changes the Ford government has put in place for April 1

According to cbc.ca: Since taking power almost a year ago, Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government has made a series of changes to programs in the province that are set to kick in April 1. 1. OHIP+ Under the Liberals, all people under 25 got free prescriptions for a list of 4,400 medications as of Jan. 1, […] Read more

Ontario Confirms All 10 Legal Cannabis Stores Opening Today Across The Province

According to narcity.com: After months of anticipation, Ontario’s first legal brick-and-mortar pot shops are expected to open today.  Prior to April 1st, the only way to legally purchase cannabis in Ontario was through a government-operated website. While the provincial government had initially intended to launch 25 stores throughout Ontario today, many remain in limbo as they await government approval.  Although […] Read more

Illegals overwhelm Texas cities… ‘Never seen anything like this’… Spring surge…

According to usatoday.com;  EL PASO – Under a bridge connecting the U.S. with Mexico, dozens of migrant families cram into a makeshift camp set up by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The families are there because permanent processing facilities have run out of room. Seven hundred miles east, busload after busload of weary, bedraggled migrants crowd […] Read more

WALMART quietly closing stores…

According to businessinsider.com; Walmart is closing at least 11 US stores across eight states. The closing stores include one Walmart Supercenter in Lafayette, Louisiana, and Walmart Neighborhood Market stores in Arizona, California, Kansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington. The closing date for most of the affected stores is April 19, according to employees of those […] Read more

CANNABIS CLOUDS COMPETITIVENESS OF GREENHOUSE VEGETABLE SECTOR

According to the grower.org: Duffy Kniaziew is on a rocky greenhouse high. He’s invested more than a million dollars in rooftop netting to exclude insects from his climate-controlled greenhouses. But looking ahead, he sees more threatening business risk on the horizon. Like the other 205 greenhouse operators in Ontario, the Leamington grower is facing new headwinds […] Read more

Boston Dynamics’ latest robot is a mechanical ostrich that loads pallets

According to arstechnica.com; Boston Dynamics has a new YouTube video showing off its newest robot design. This one is a reimagining of the “Handle” robot that the company originally showed off in 2017. Back then the robot could jump four feet in the air and do all kinds of tricks; now its purpose is to load pallets. Back in 2017 Handle […] Read more