Jamaica recently shipped its first legal cannabis export to Canada, marking a significant turning point for the island nation’s emerging cannabis industry. Previously, Jamaican cannabis was exclusively an illegal export. Jamaica has a long cultural history with the...
Oaksterdam University is returning to Emerald Cup 2019! Among other Oaksterdam faculty and alumni in attendance, Chancellor Dale Sky Jones is moderating the State Agency panel on Saturday, December 14, at high noon in Garrett Hall. The important discussion around...
Johnny Green Contributing Writer In the upcoming 2020 election, New Zealand voters will get a chance to legalize their own cannabis industry. According to the results of a recent poll, the legalization measure has a good chance of succeeding. The Poll asked voters if...
Oaksterdam University cordially invites one and all to the Class of 2019 Graduation and Celebration on Saturday, February 1st, 2020. This event is for all students that completed classes in 2019, as well as their families and friends.
There’s not much time left to give yourself or a loved one the gift of a cannabis education this holiday season. This is your last chance to lock in 2019 prices for January’s semester courses.
Lawmakers and regulators in Ontario are reportedly considering a proposal that would increase the number of retail stores in Ontario from 24 to as many as 1,000 locations. This move follows a lag in adult-use cannabis sales, which has led to calls for an overhaul of the province’s regulated cannabis industry.
Happy holidays! This shopping season, avoid the madness of parking lots and stores. Stay home and give yourself or a loved one the gift of a cannabis education with deals on Oaksterdam’s seminar, semester, and online classes — and receive $100 off tuition!
Cannabis reform could be coming to Finland, or at least it should be, says Finland’s Minister for Social Affairs and Health Aino-Kaisa Pekonen. The health minister recently endorsed cannabis decriminalization, just as members of the Finnish Parliament are considering such a proposal.
The historic vote marks the first time that a key congressional committee has passed a bill that would remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act, decriminalizing it at the federal level and giving states the freedom to continue setting their own policies.
In Uruguay’s past presidential elections, at least one of the candidates would wield strong anti-cannabis rhetoric to elicit support from voters. However, as the people of Uruguay prepare to determine their next president at the end of November, that is proving to no longer be the case.
For Veteran’s Day, we honor the brave women and men who have dedicated their lives, and the sacrifices they have made. We are grateful to all our veterans for your service. You will never be forgotten.
A year ago, the Supreme Court of Mexico ruled that cannabis prohibition is unconstitutional. However, there has been a delay in legislation that would create a legitimized market.
The Government of Quebec recently announced plans to appeal a federal court ruling that found the province’s ban on home cannabis cultivation unconstitutional.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services recently awarded Wise Health Solutions LLC (“WHS”) a one-year contract to review applications for prospective medical cannabis businesses
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Ann Lee is a lifelong conservative and Texan, who has been a leader and activist in the Republican Party since 1970. In 1990, her 28-year-old son Richard Lee was injured in a workplace accident that left him a wheelchair-bound paraplegic.
Episode 018 of the Critical Grass podcast with Natalie Darves of Oaksterdam University/Cougar Acres Consulting
In four short years, the International Cannabis Business Conference has become the world’s preeminent industry event, expanding along with the global market.
Focusing on the keys to strategies and success, the accelerator program is designed to provide support for minority and small-business owners seeking to secure a cannabis business license in Missouri.
Oaksterdam University Offers Grants for FREE Cannabis Courses to Federal Government Workers and Contractors Facing Precarious Future
Includes Online and On-Campus Classes–Grant Application Deadline is February 28, 2019
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En Californie, une université pour former aux métiers du cannabis
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Even in a state whose voters just legalized marijuana, Oakland stands out among California cities for the pivot it has made from enforcing the War on Drugs to using cannabis to grow its economy.
“Grower,” “entrepreneur” or “government official” are just a few of the titles held by students who seek out Oaksterdam University in Oakland, California to study cannabis.
“We’ve volunteered ourselves to Oaksterdam University,” said Zeyead, the company’s CEO.
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