Former NHL player, Riley Cote, is the Topic in Last Week's Athletic Toronto Article

“Former NHL enforcer Riley Cote in Toronto to promote cannabis as a tool to help all people.” – Sean Fitz-Gerald.   Sean Fitz-Gerald, a Journalist for The Athletic Toronto Media Company and attendee of the September 10th Luncheon with the Original 6, writes about Riley Cote’s mission to increase awareness about medicinal cannabis. “It’s no joke,” Cote explains. “All I want to do here today is share my story with you, my experience with you, and just offer this healing tool -at the very least, for you guys to go home and do your own research.” After retiring from the Philadelphia Flyers, Cote became a founder of Athletes for Care, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating a community where athletes can find support, opportunity and purpose in life after a career in sports, as well as an Ambassador for Medicinal My way. His goal, as explained in Fitz-Gerald’s article, is…

Rob Frid Guest Stars on The Business of Cannabis - 419 Podcast

The Business of Cannabis recently launched a new podcast series called the 419, a daily show exploring the latest news with top industry experts. On August 30th, 2018, our very own Rob Frid, Ambassador for Medicinal My Way and former professional league hockey player, guest starred on the live interactive show hosted by the CEO Jay Rosenthal. Frid shares his passion for destigmatizing medicinal cannabis by discussing his long-term battle with chronic pain, due to his hockey career, and the better quality of life he’s able to live after choosing medicinal cannabis. Countless patients all over the world are suffering from chronic pain, and negative stereotypes surrounding medicinal cannabis creates roadblocks for its accessibility to patients. It’s vital that we take the time to educate ourselves about medicinal cannabis and ultimately remove the stigma attached to it. Please click the link below to listen to the full podcast and to…

NHL Luncheon Hosted By Medicinal My Way And Athletes For Care

On September 10th 2018, Medicinal My Way and Athletes for Care will be co-hosting a private luncheon panel for the famed NHL Original Six to discuss current cannabis research, education, policy, support and advocacy efforts pertaining to athletes and the general public. Riley Cote, a former NHL player, and Dr. Mainville, a powerful advocate for improved and equal access to medicinal cannabis, will be speaking on behalf of Athletes for Care and Medicinal My Way. There will also be a tribute to Kurt Walker following his passing on August 17th 2018. The former Toronto Maple Leaf player and Founder of Dignity After Hockey was determined to unite the hockey and business communities in an effort to aid those in need. Kurt spent parts of three seasons with the Maple Leafs between 1976 and 1978, but the biggest impact of his hockey career came off the ice through Dignity After Hockey,…

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