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    Amsterdam’s loss to be a gain for cannabis tourism in Toronto?

    The doors of Amsterdam’s cannabis coffee shops have long been open to Canadians and other tourists. But that may change. Under Halsema’s proposal — supported by police and prosecutors — only Dutch residents would be allowed to enter the shops in an attempt to tackle problems associated with hard drugs, organized crime linked to the marijuana trade, and the city…

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    Will Cannabis Tourism Lead The Way To Economic Recovery?

    The events of recent months – which, at no risk of ambiguity, will not be discussed here – have created something of a roadblock for nearly every industry that was, just twelve months ago, thriving in the global marketplace. Not least among those industries is the world of travel and tourism which, on both a local, national and international level,…

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    Amsterdam Doubles Down On Plans To Restrict Tourist Access To Cannabis Coffee Shops

    When international tourists finally return to the canal-lined historic streets of Amsterdam, one of the city’s main travel attractions might be off limits. Amsterdam Mayor Femke Halsema has proposed a new policy that would ban foreign visitors from accessing the city’s coffee shops. There are 166 cannabis coffee shops in Amsterdam, accounting for almost 30% of the Netherlands’ coffee shops.…

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    Travel To Italy With Cannabis Edibles Inspired By Traditional Italian Desserts

    With the coronavirus pandemic stubborn to release its grip on countries around the globe, travelers are being asked to continue stifling their wanderlust for the foreseeable future. And while the shutdown of leisure travel is hardly the most significant impact of the outbreak, it has left many world explorers desperate for the taste of a faraway locale. To fill the…

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    This Treehouse Is A Socially-Distant, Cannabis-Fueled Dream Vacation

    Craving a socially-distant weed vacation to soothe the pain of 2020? You’re in luck. Tucked high up in the trees of the Cascade foothills in Monroe, Washington, about an hour outside of Seattle, sits Mountain Views Tree House Joint. This retreat of cannabis consumption-friendly treehouses offers adults a socially-distant dream trip. The whimsical bed-and-breakfast treehouse rooms come with all the…

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    Jamaica Cannabis Dispensary Touts ‘World Class’ Experience

    High-end cannabis has made its way to Jamaica’s west coast, although that’s not new news to anyone familiar with the destination. Hedonism II, the iconic adults-only playground — a clothing-optional, lifestyle-friendly, party-hardy resort in Negril — opened its newest guest amenity earlier this summer. HedoWeedo is its medicinal marijuana dispensary located within the resort although is independently owned and operated…

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    Cannanaskis Hopes To Blaze A New Trail With Cannabis Tourism Through Kananaskis Country

    Cannanaskis steers pot-imbibing guests through the scenic foothills and mountains west of Calgary while regaling them with 12,000 years of marijuana history. Dave Dormer admits to a tinge of reefer sadness in the reluctance of Alberta tourism promoters to embrace his dream. But his high hopes for a Kananaskis Country cannabis tour are nonetheless coming to fruition, and blazing what…

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    The Tourist’s Guide To Canada’s Cannabis Culture

    This article was originally published on Goldleaf, and appears here with permission. The closing months of 2018 saw Canada legalize the recreational use of cannabis for its citizens. Tourists can also partake in the Great White North’s newly established legal cannabis culture. Before you go out and buy your plane ticket, it’s a good idea to brush up on the…

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    Weed Tourism: Exploring The Impact Of The Cannabis Industry On The Workforce

    With so many U.S. states legalizing cannabis in recent years for medical or recreational adult use — specifically 33 as of May 2019 — it brings the industry to the forefront of many people’s minds, especially its position in the workforce. States where cannabis is legal for adult use are quickly drawing the attention of those interested in cannabis tourism.…

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