Wednesday 4 July 2018

Episode 118 is Green Crush 46

Our guests are activists at Global Public Affairs. And we just met! Rob Elliot, Senior Vice President,  and Alanna Sokic, a Research Analyst out of their Toronto division, have the attention of the ears of some politicians and provide guided expertise through Cannabis Connect for organizations navigating their way through Canada’s legalization and regulation processes. 

These folks know how to scramble to get a point of order together, to lobby governments, and to have it absorbed into social policy.

Luckily for me, their look down the road of Canadian cannabis legalization is not as dark as mine. I hope they prove me wrong across the board. We sure did turn over a lot of questions to get to some good resolution.

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