POT TV - Marijuana activist Jodie Emery speaks from the main stage at the biggest Vancouver 4/20 on record.
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.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Best buds. Princess of Pot Jodie Emery and a large flower of fine marijuana.
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 says she still supports the Liberals despite the party's red-lighting of her Vancouver East campaign – on CTV News Power Play with Don Martin.
POT TV - Jodie Emery joins Sun TV's Brian Lilley to discuss the Liberal Party's red-lighting of her candidacy in Vancouver East.
From Global TV: Jodie Emery had set her sights on becoming a candidate for the federal liberal nomination in Vancouver East. But this evening – she received news she wasn't expecting. Catherine Urquhart reports.
Marijuana activist Jodie Emery says her bid to become a Liberal MP has ended with the party’s rejection Friday of her bid for the nomination 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.