PORTLAND, Ore. - Public health officials in Oregon said Wednesday that a person who recently died of a severe respiratory illness had used an electronic cigarette containing marijuana oil from a legal dispensary, the second death linked to vaping nationwide and the first tied to a vaping product bought at a pot shop.
Officials have not determined what sickened the middle-aged adult, whether the product was contaminated or whether they may have added something to the liquid in the device after buying it, said Dr. Ann Thomas with the Oregon Health Authority.
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GUELPH, Ont. - An Ontario university is offering an online course to teach people how to grow better marijuana.
The University of Guelph says its cannabis production course begins next week and is already full with 60 students.
MEXICO CITY - Claudia Gracia pushes her daughter Paulina in a wheelchair through the aisles of an exposition centre in search of the latest innovations in cannabis at the annual ExpoWeed gathering in Mexico's capital.
VANCOUVER - A group of people who have real life experience with drug use in British Columbia and Yukon is calling on the B.C. government to support a community-led mechanism for a safe drug supply, in order to combat deaths from poisoning by powerful adulterants like fentanyl and carfentanil.
MEXICO CITY - Mexican authorities say they have seized more than 9 tons of marijuana in the northern border city of Tijuana.
TORONTO - The regulator overseeing Ontario's legal cannabis stores says a dozen licence applicants who participated in the latest lottery have been disqualified.
WASHINGTON - With e-cigarette giant Juul Labs facing a mounting number of state and federal investigations into its marketing and sales practices, a top Trump administration official pledged Friday to use all of the government's regulatory and enforcement power "to stop the epidemic of youth e-cigarette use."