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CANNABIS CULTURE – Hey Canada, congratulations. Weed is legal now. As long as you buy it from rich people. Thats right, today Canadians rejoiced and lined-up cash-in-hand today as nationwide, cannabis was sold legally from designated retailers. These outlets are licensed and controlled by elites from the halls of government, law enforcement and business. AndRead More

President Donald Trump has promised to support legislation protecting the marijuana industry in states that have legalized the drug, a move that could lift a threat to the industry made by the U.S. attorney general just three months ago.

Most may be surprised to learn that Canada’s largest black market involves the very same substance the government has recently deemed to be legislated as “not illegal.” But for many otherwise law-abiding members of society, “not illegal” doesn’t mean “legal” either. Members of this enormous underground market aren’t tattooed thugs or violent criminals—they’re parents, grandparents, teachers, communityRead More

As Canada moves toward the legalization of marijuana, companies like Potzee.ca have emerged in the area of premium products with their organic herbal smoking blends. Potzee herbal blends can be smoked alone or mixed with cannabis to provide a smooth, tasteful and clean smoking experience. All their hand-crafted blends are tobacco and nicotine free using onlyRead More

CANNABIS CULTURE  – On January 4th 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his office had repealed an Obama-era piece of regulation known as the Cole Memo. With this ruling, the current administration began a rollback of state-control over cannabis use and reinvigorated the drug war. What was the Cole memo and what will this moveRead More

We’re wrapping up 2017 at Civilized by announcing the inaugural winner of the highly un-coveted Prohibitionist of the Year Award.

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
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