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Activism

CANNABIS CULTURE – It was like any other spring afternoon on Parliament Hill. Tulips were pushing through their beds, people admired the eternal flame, an electric guitar wailed on the rounded steps to Parliament, ten thousand plus citizens smoked weed on the lawn. The children? Everyone is somebody’s child and they were all safely guarded byRead More

Gerald Le Dain was a luminary figure in Canada’s progressive political history. A respected lawyer and former Supreme Court Justice, he authored the Le Dain Commission, a groundbreaking study that recommended cannabis decriminalization in 1973. Unfortunately for Le Dain, the prohibitionists came after him. Hard. Through a series of dirty tactics, vicious personal attacks andRead More
Activism

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 – Ottawa, December 6, Canadian Supreme Court – In October 2012, Gerrard Comeau was arrested for transporting liquor from Quebec to New Brunswick. He had 2 cases of 24 bottles of Sleeman’s Light beer; 2 cases of 24 bottles of Miller Genuine Draft beer; 2 cases of 24 bottles of Molson beer; 3Read More
Medical

CANNABIS CULTURE – First of all, as I believe all cannabis use to be “medical” to some extent, it should definitely be the case that consumers should be getting the best product possible.

CANNABIS CULTURE – The case centers around Gerard Comeau, a retired New Brunswick power linesman who was fined CAD 292.50  after being stopped for transporting multiple cases of beer and liquor back home from Quebec. The fine stems from New Brunswick’s liquor acts that limit a person to transport 12 pints of beer or aRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE – Last Friday, Alberta’s government released its highly anticipated draft framework around the province’s marijuana participation. And Alberta citizens have until October 27th to voice their opinions before the framework is solidified.
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