CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Day is moving to Thornton Park at Pacific Central Station in Vancouver this July 1, 2017.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Marijuana protesters will take to the streets today in Toronto, Vancouver and cities around the world for The Global Marijuana March 2017.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis-lovers lit up by the thousands at 4/20 protests across Canada on April 20.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Feast your eyes on the 4/20 Vancouver 2017 official protest posters.
CANNABIS CULTURE – We may have been forced to close our stores in Toronto, but the city can’t get rid of us that easily.
CANNABIS CULTURE – They arrest our staff and leaders. They raid our stores and lounges to steal and destroy our property. They try to kill what our company represents and erase our existence – but no army, politician or police force can stop an idea whose time has come.
Recently the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) quietly removed a report from its website, suggesting that it is finally giving up the false theories that cannabis is a “gateway drug,” or that it causes permanent brain damage or psychosis. These myths have been at the heart of positions held by marijuana prohibitionists and often served asRead More
Health Canada is adding new terms and conditions to the licences of two federally regulated medical-marijuana companies caught with banned chemicals in their products, requiring them to be tested regularly to ensure they are not using dangerous pesticides that can harm consumers. The new rules are being affixed to the licences of Mettrum Ltd. andRead More
Officials in Florida say an Orlando police officer who arrested a man after mistaking doughnut glaze for meth has been disciplined. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Cpl. Shelby Riggs-Hopkins was given a written reprimand for making an improper arrest. An internal affairs report released Thursday by the Orlando Police Department found no evidence she actedRead More
Thousands of Israelis, including two lawmakers, demonstrated Saturday night for the full legalization of cannabis, urging the government to go beyond the recently announced measures to decriminalize use of the drug. Among the estimated 3,000–5,000 people who gathered in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square were MKs Sharren Haskel of the ruling Likud party and MK TamarRead More