The Huffington Post Is Now HuffPost

Readers already refer to it as the HuffPost, so it was only a matter of time until The Huffington Post officially rebranded to the HuffPost. In her efforts to overhaul the new vision of the company, Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen is changing the name across all 17 global HuffPost editions. Polgreen emphasizes that these changes are not intended to break from the site’s namesake,  Arianna Huffington, as Polgreen and HuffPost are very proud of the legacy she’s created. The rebranding is Polgreen’s effort to grow and appeal to a broader audience, “It seems really clear to me that there’s a tremendous need, not just in the United States but globally, for a news organization that really speaks to the lives and needs of people who feel left out… So HuffPost is really there to reach out and say, ‘We’re here for you.’”


When marijuana edibles hit Canadian cannabis dispensary shelves later this year, you can expect them to be taxed based on how strong they are. Canada's recently released federal 2020 budget proposes to tax marijuana edibles based on the amount of THC they contain. THC is one of the active ingredients in cannabis and the one most associated with producing the plant's signature high.

Can we see some ID please?

You must be 19 years of age or older to enter.