With a federal election on the horizon, voters and politicians across Canada are speaking up on what’s sure to be a hot-button issue this election: the decriminalization or legalization of marijuana.
POT TV - Jodie Emery joins Sun TV's Brian Lilley to discuss the Liberal Party's red-lighting of her candidacy in Vancouver East.
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.
Top corporate law firm hopes to benefit if legal hurdles to commercial cannabis trade can be overcome but grow-your-own medical users fear being priced out
POT TV - Vancouver East Liberal Party hopeful Jodie Emery discusses the party's support for marijuana legalization on Sun TV.
Smoke it, toke it, vape it, eat it — marijuana, it seems, is going mainstream.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Although "marihuana" had been banned, cannabis hemp was still being grown across the country for industrial purposes, but the market for commercial cannabis products had been shrinking for decades.
The federal spending bill passed last week is full of buried provisions, allocations and defunding in its more than 1,600 pages. One of the quieter add-ins was a measure that essentially ends the federal ban on medical marijuana.