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CEN Biotech CEO Funds Company, Forgives $2 Million Debt – Updated

CEN Biotech Inc, a wholly owned Canadian subsidiary of the hotly debated publicly traded company Creative edge nutrition (OTC: FITX) which is actively engaged in seeking a licence to grow marijuana under Canada’s newly formed MMPR, filed it’s quarterly financials last week on the OTC markets. Both the company and it’s CEO, Dr. Bill Chaaban, who is a licensed attorney in both …

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5 Real Reasons why Marijuana is here to Stay.

  5 Real Reasons Marijuana is here to Stay. The Blossoming of a Brand New, Old Industry. In the United States, public support for marijuana legalization is at an all-time high, with well over half the population now siding with this new green friendly initiative. As of last year, 54% of the US population is now in favor of legalization. …

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Potential Criminal Indictment of Stock Basher Matthew Finston – Updated

In light of recent developments surrounding an alleged campaign to destroy the publicly traded company’s share price. CEN Biotech (OTC: FITX), a Canadian subsidiary actively engaged in seeking a licence to grow marijuana under Canada’s newly formed MMPR, has had approximately 100 documented negative and defamatory articles written against the company over the span of just 1 year, almost exclusively (60+) …

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Distortion and Cyber-terrorism – Canadian Medical Marijuana Company Targeted

Collaboration: from the Latin word collaboratus, a past participle of collaborare “to labor together”, from Latin com- + laborare to labor. In a letter dated January 13th, 2014 from the Licences and Permits Division of Health Canada’s Office of Controlled Substances, CEN Biotechs CEO, Mr. Bill Chaaban is personally thanked for his collaboration with Health Canada through the licensing process …

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New Hope for Epileptic Children in Tennessee Through Cannabis Oil, HB0197

Tennessee has just unanimously approved medical cannabis house bill HB0197 on Monday night which would allow for persons diagnosed with epilepsy to possess cannabis oil containing cannabidiol (CBD) in an amount less than 0.9% THC. Tennessee law had previously excluded this specific cannabis oil composition from their definition of “marijuana” in order to allow clinical research studies into intractable seizures …

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Capricious Actions by Health Canada Causing Detrimental Reliance to MMPR Applicants

Capricious Actions by Health Canada Causing Detrimental Reliance to MMPR Applicants Health Canada plays favorites with MMPR Applicants and LPs. Arbitrary behavior towards applicants by Health Canada. Health Canada lacks placement of, or effective adherence to internal SOP’s. Health Canada’s internal system broken. Corrective actions required. Health Canada has demonstrated a clear lack of diligence through capricious actions towards applicants …

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CEN Biotech Files Application for Judicial Review – UPDATED

UPDATED: CEN Biotech Files Application for Judicial Review and is seeking discovery. Health Canada Has 10 days to oppose Mandamus or issue a license under MMRP CEN Biotech and other applicants treated unfairly CEN Biotech requested to accelerate build out, receiving no license CEN Biotech Inc. has filed application for judicial review through the federal courts in Ontario against the …

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CANADIAN CANNABIS CORRUPTION – PART 2

This will be part 2 in a series of articles aimed at exposing the corruption around the Canadian MMPR process and speculative agenda of parties involved. In this article, I would like to expound upon some of the details of certain individuals efforts, as well as provide some background for character reference to aid in context. Please note that readers …

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Canadian Cannabis Corruption – A Conservative Tale.

Canadian Cannabis Corruption… Yes, I thought that might just get your attention. And for good reason. You see, there is a storm brewing in the wake of Canada’s MMPR program. A tale of political ties, competitive agendas, and conflicts of interest. I would firstly like to thank one Mr. Grant Robertson of the Globe and Mail for initiating this investigation, …

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