POT TV – A glimpse at Vancouver’s Cannabis Substitution Project which offers free cannabis care packs....
VANCOUVER – Cannabis Culture, a popular chain of cannabis-related businesses that has been operating in Vancouver for 25 years, announced today it will be closing all three of its cannabis dispensaries in the city on January 31, 2019.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Last week, big shots, salespeople, liberty seekers and motivated entrepreneurs looking to cash in on the “green rush” converged on the basement of the Vancouver Convention Center for the cities first cannabis conference since “legalization.”
New York City Cannabis Film Festival Spotlights the Hard Work Towards Legalization — And the Harder Work Still to Come
The New York Cannabis Film Festival returned to Brooklyn this past weekend for its fourth annual installment, this time at the venerable Bushwick arts venue House of Yes.
In an 8-3 vote, city councillors opted in on Monday night, allowing a retail cannabis store despite a long lineup of residents expressing vehement opposition.
These women are fiercely seeking to advance female representation within the industry
Last week brought some good news for U.S. cannabis policy and a major milestone with a Canadian producer moving into the American hemp market.
Recreational marijuana isn’t even legal yet in New York; but that is not stopping one state school from adding cannabis industry as a minor, according to WSYR-TV, a local Syracuse outlet.
The government of the Northwest Territories is hoping Creepy Baby and Stoney the Inukshuk will help educate northerners about cannabis.
St. Louis, Mo., gynecologist Becky Kaufman Lynn faced a problem: her patients wanted her to explain how cannabis affected how they experienced sex, but she wasn’t sure how to answer.
As Cannabis Deadline Looms, 170 Ontario Municipalities Still Have Not Decided on Opting Out of Stores
As the Jan. 22 deadline to accept or decline cannabis shops looms, more than a third of the 414 eligible municipalities in the province have yet to decide.
This is the first in a series exploring how Baby Boomers experience dispensaries in different cities.
In Canada, the $31-billion marijuana industry is rife with opportunity for female entrepreneurs and offers a lucrative career option for many women.