CANNABIS CULTURE – I never met the good gonzo Dr. Hunter Thompson, but I have a feeling we’d have been buds. Sure, he strayed way past grass into shopping lists of impossible drugs and armaments, and had a reputation for terrorizing visitors with a psychedelic fury for life, but he always had a sense of fair play.Read More
Browsing: Canadian politics
CANNABIS CULTURE – During my recent cross country motorcycle ride the riding club I belong to held 2018 national rally just outside of Desoronto Ontario on the 18000 acre Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Reserve, about 70km east of Kingston on the Bay of Quinte and I was able to time it right and attend on myRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE- This week, Canada’s Senate approved the Liberal government’s cannabis legalization bill. While this legislative hurdle is clear, many are concerned that over-regulation and government monopolies have hijacked the natural order away from true cannabis liberty.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Noted as a classic member of seminal punk band, Black Flag, and the driving force behind The Rollins Band, Actor, Singer, Philosopher and Poet, Henry Rollins is a beacon of breathing subculture and advocate for liberty of the individual. In addition to regular tours as a spoken word artist, Rollins is theRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – Last week, I wrote an article on Smart Approaches to Marijuana’s approach to cannabis legalization. One of the things that really stood out for me was the the motto “Preventing another big tobacco’. So, I thought to do a bit of a side-by-side comparison, and see if cannabis really is another bigRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – I was reading through a .pdf by “Smart Approaches to Marijuana” (SAM), where they review the apparent negatives of cannabis legalization. The organization’s byline is “Preventing another big tobacco”, so as you can imagine, there’s a lot of alarmist language used throughout the document.
CANNABIS CULTURE – “If we don’t take action now We’ll settle for nothing later We settle for nothing now And we’ll settle for nothing later.” – Rage Against The Machine, Settle For Nothing
CANNABIS CULTURE – This Saturday, Cannabis Culture’s own Princess of Pot, Jodie Emery, will lead the pack of cannabis activists rising up to take back the streets of Toronto.
Canadians will have to wait until at least early August – and maybe as late as early September – to legally purchase recreational marijuana.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau left the door open Wednesday to a possible delay in enacting his government’s cannabis legalization bill — a move recommended by a Senate committee concerned with Indigenous issues.