Cannabis Culture Headlines

Apr 30 2012
Second annual competition in Saskatoon this September
Apr 30 2012
Thomas Gisby kept such a low profile that his name never made the news – until he was killed in Mexico, causing police to warn that a gang war that has already featured two dramatic attacks in British Columbia could explode in public again.
Apr 29 2012
Vancouver cannabis crusader Marc Emery may be facing two more frustrating years behind bars in the Deep South of the United States. But he's more confident than ever he's winning the war on drug prohibition.
Apr 29 2012
Marc Emery has 10 suggestions for improving life in British Columbia:
Apr 29 2012
Jailed marijuana activist Marc Emery is all over the map politically. A founding member of the Marijuana Party of Canada, he's moved his support between the B.C. and federal NDP, the federal and provincial Greens and federal Liberals over the years.
Apr 29 2012
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has given Health Canada one year to respond to his ruling that it is unconstitutional to restrict medical marijuana patients to just using dried pot.
Apr 28 2012
CANNABIS CULTURE - The Conservative-controlled federal government may be doing everything it can to crack down on Canada's canna
Apr 28 2012
CANNABIS CULTURE - Tomorrow Herb is busting a move once again in Victoria, B.C. Many saw Herb, the mascot of Hempology 101, run in the TC10K last year. But few realized it was Ted Smith inside, one of the best known pot-heads on the island.
Apr 28 2012
Province columnist Jon Ferry writes about his visit with pot activist Marc Emery in a U.S. federal prison in Mississippi.
Apr 28 2012
More than holding up the mantle of her husband, pot activist leads the charge to overturn prohibition.
Apr 27 2012
President Obama pledged during his 2008 campaign to take a hands-off approach to medical marijuana, but four years later raids and other tactics have forced as many as 200 medical-marijuana growers and distributors to cease operations, resulting in sharp...
Apr 27 2012
Democrats seek to re-open closed dispensaries & call for passage of statewide regulations
Apr 27 2012
The Connecticut House of Representatives voted 96 to 51 in favor of a bill that allows the growing and use of marijuana for medical purposes.

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