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.
Organizers are expecting a solid turnout of about 25,000 marijuana smokers and a record number of vendors at Monday's annual downtown celebration and rally known as 4/20.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Downtown Vancouver will be buzzing with activity this April 20 when thousands of marijuana-lovers gather at the Vancouver Art Gallery for 4/20 2015, a celebration of cannabis and a protest against Canada's War on Drugs.
POT TV - Canadian Students For Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) will be hosting its 7th Annual National Conference, “A Rising Revolu
POT TV - Marijuana activist Marc Emery – known to his fans as The Prince of Pot – gives an informative interview about the future of cannabis in this special presentation at the University of British Columbia.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Vancouver's own Prince of Pot Marc Emery will visit the University of British Columbia next Tuesday for a discussion about his career as an activist and the future of marijuana.
Libby Davies’ surprise announcement that she’s not running in this year’s federal election has made Vancouver East one of the most compelling political stories in the country.
From CBC News: Pot activist Jodie Emery says the Liberal Party of Canada is being dismissive of her nomination to run as the candidate in a Vancouver riding.
You might think Jodie Emery would be welcomed as a star candidate for the Liberal party in next October’s scheduled federal election.