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DIGICEL yesterday said that its underground fibre network will help create 'smart cities' in Jamaica.

Farmers will supply a range of buyers in specific market channels, with information on prices being paid across the market for different cultivars and products being available to the entire value chain, allowing for informed decision-making.

Multiple farmers will supply different varieties of medicinal ganja to a "herb" house, or therapeutic centre, primarily located in a rural community in which the ganja is grown or traditionally available.

According to the company, the flight route increases air link offered by the carrier to eight weekly flights in each direction between Jamaica and the Turks and Caicos Islands, with a "faster flight and improved connections" from San Juan, Puerto Rico; Nassau; Bahamas; and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Chief Executive Officer Trevor Sadler, in a release from the company, said the steady increase in demand to Montego Bay warrants the introduction of this new service.

Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett, welcomed the announcement by inter Caribbean Airways of the new, non-stop, weekly service from Providenciales to the island’s tourism capital and second city.

He noted that intra-regional travel has a critical role to play in Jamaica’s efforts to grow visitor arrivals over the current growth rate of five per cent.

As part of regional expansion plans, inter Caribbean Airways has introduced a non-stop weekly service from Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, to Montego Bay.

The airline says the new flight will begin operation on Sunday, December 18, and thereafter will operate every Sunday and return on Mondays.

It is therefore advisable that those specialists and consultants charged with the task of crafting these policies be mindful of the cultural and social importance of ganja to certain demographics, and come to the policy table divorced from all personal dogmas.

The policy problem This leads us to consider the problems that must be tackled by each ministry, as it relates to the use of what most Jamaicans consider a very common and traditional product, "ganja".

THE passing of the amendment of the Dangerous Drugs Act 2015 in February has laid the foundation for the development of the policy framework governing a ganja industry in Jamaica.


 
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