On Monday morning the Cannabis Culture crew sat in the docket awaiting the outcome of a trial that started nine months earlier.
Browsing: civil disobedience
CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Culture is a 24-year-old name and brand recognized worldwide for many reasons, all related to cannabis advocacy and activism. While my husband Marc Emery was the founder, owner and operator beginning in 1994, I was the owner and operator from late 2009 onward.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The raids against medical cannabis dispensaries and pot cafes – dubbed the “second round” of Project Claudia by the CBC, occurred on June 23nd, 2016. The first round occurred on May 26th. The rationale for the raids given by the Chief of Toronto Police the day after the first round of raidsRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – We invite your immediate action. During my second week as Associate Editor to Cannabis Culture I was put on assignment with Senior Contributor David Malmo-Levine, running a traditional print poster campaign with an unconventional approach, to prepare the public and art patrons alike for the annual Cannabis Day exhibition at the artRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – Toronto Police raided one of Cannabis Culture’s marijuana dispensary locations today, seizing stock and making several arrests. A second CC location in Toronto remains open, and owners have vowed to re-open the raided shop tomorrow.
The Prince of Pot was no doubt the main attraction in front of a hometown crowd as an estimated 15,0000 marijuana enthusiasts gathered in downtown Vancouver to celebrate the bud.
Canada’s self-proclaimed “Prince of Pot” says Vancouver’s massive 4/20 rally should send a potent message to the federal government about legalizing marijuana.
Marijuana remains illegal in Britain, but that didn't stop thousands from politely thumbing their noses at the law.
North Texans in support of medical and recreational use of marijuana took to the streets in Dallas Saturday for a cannabis rally.
Medical cannabis patients united with legalization advocates for a rally in Trenton today, culminating with about 75 participants lighting up joints across the street from the Statehouse in protest of Gov. Chris Christie’s position on marijuana issues.