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Aurora, Aphria chosen to grow medical pot in Germany, Europe’s largest market

Aurora Cannabis and Aphria Inc. say they were among the three companies selected by the German government to cultivate and distribute medical pot in the European country.

Both companies say the decision by Germany’s Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices is provisional and subject to a mandatory…Click here for full article.

Canadian Extremists Want to Sue all the Oil Companies for Causing Climate Change

In Canada, the left is urging lawsuits against oil companies to force them to pay for all the damage to the climate. Honestly, the oil companies should announce…Click here for full article.

Q1 Carmageddon for GM, Fiat-Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan, Mercedes, Mazda…

The first quarter was not pretty for new-vehicle sales in the US. Deliveries fell 3.2% from Q1 last year, to 3.99 million vehicles. Unless a miracle happens – and miracles are rare in the auto industry – 2019 is going to be the third down-year in a row for the industry, and the fourth down year for GM, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota, and some others, whose peak sales volume occurred in 2015.

At this pace, 2019 deliveries will fall below…Click here for full article.

Interview of the Week – Danielle Park

Portfolio manager and best-selling author Danielle Park lays out the dangers for individual investors in today’s debt laden world.

Mike’s Editorial – What If The Goal Is Not To Solve Problems

After decades we’re still talking about eradicating poverty, affordable housing and homelessness to name just a few of the regularly occurring problems.  But what if the goal was never to solve them and instead is to show our own great goodness by talking about them.

Investors hail Lyft shares in IPO, see profits down the road

Lyft’s shares soared as the company went public Friday, giving investors their first chance to bet on the future of the ride-hailing industry.

The stock opened at $87.24, up 21 per cent from its offering price of $72. It closed at $78.29, up 8.7 per cent, giving the company a $27 billion valuation.

Investors embraced Lyft despite an uninterrupted history of losses totaling nearly…Click here for full article.