CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Culture is a 24-year-old name and brand recognized worldwide for many reasons, all related to cannabis advocacy and activism. While my husband Marc Emery was the founder, owner and operator beginning in 1994, I was the owner and operator from late 2009 onward.
CANNABIS CULTURE – As the Canadian government moves forward with legalization plans, it is essential that our leaders seek input from expert advocates and professionals in the marijuana and hemp industry.
Why hasn't Canada approved Marc's request to come home even though the United States government already authorized it? We need your help for a phone call campaign on the 3-year anniversary of Marc's sentencing date!
CANNABIS CULTURE - Merry Christmas and Hempy Holidays from Jodie Emery and the Cannabis Culture crew!
The National Post newspaper asked me to write an OpEd about marijuana legalization. It's one of only two cross-Canada newspapers, and the more right-leaning of the two; it's the paper our Conservative government reads. I was honoured and accepted the opportunity to reach the audience they have.
CANNABIS CULTURE - My wife Jodie Emery and I both receive thousands of letters and inquiries with impassioned pleas that read: "I want to do something to make a difference. I want to legalize marijuana. What can I do? Can you advise or help me start? Where do I begin?"
Here is a collection of the news coverage and quotes I got into the media from the recent protest we held against Prime Minister Harper and his backwards, costly Bill C-10, which will see the cannabis culture targeted and imprisoned under US-style drug laws.
CANNABIS CULTURE - The White House has finally issued a response to the "Pardon Marc Emery" petition signed by 8,249 people calling for Obama to pardon Marc and send him home to Canada. Not surprisingly, the answer is mostly a disappointing non-response: the White House has "declined to comment".
A coalition of health, academic and law enforcement experts is calling for the legalization and regulation of marijuana, saying existing laws only drive the billion-dollar industry underground and fuel gang violence.
CANNABIS CULTURE - October 20th marks one year since Michelle Rainey's passing. Michelle was a well-known Canadian medical marijuana activist and Marc's right-hand woman for many years. She used cannabis throughout her life to alleviate the suffering from Chron’s Disease and, later on, cancer.