Health Minister Rona Ambrose sends letter to mayor, warning dispensaries are illegal
Organizer dodge permit costs by insisting it’s not an event or festival
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.
POT TV - Watch the broadcast of Vancouver's 4/20 celebration LIVE from the downtown Art Gallery on Pot TV.
In the small back courtyard of his marijuana dispensary on East Hastings Street, Dana Larsen, a well-known pot activist, talks candidly about a subject he knows well: B.C. bud.
No one has been seriously injured
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At a time when municipalities across Canada were fighting to restrict industrial-scale medical marijuana producers, Nanaimo did the opposite and has concluded in a new report the business has been good for both workers and city coffers.
A provincial court judge has denied a Kamloops man's application to be reunited with 10 medical marijuana plants that were seized by RCMP last summer.