Your pot is in the mail.
‘There’s no evidence of people wanting harder drugs or anything else,’ Dr. Paul Daenick says
The grandparents of a five-year-old with terminal brain cancer have called in a lawyer after doctors refused to consider medical cannabis to treat the child.
The Vancouver Police Department’s Gang Unit has now apologized for a series of tweets on Sunday warning the public about shatter, a drug they say is growing in popularity in the region.
While as many as 92 per cent of Canadians hold their physicians in high esteem, it’s no secret that many patients struggle to engage them in meaningful conversations.
Victoria GP aims to challenge some of the stigma around medical marijuana
With nearly half of the country having already legalized the use of cannabis for medical purposes, physicians prescribing opioids for pain management have another alternative at their disposal.
The renowned neuroscientist talks about legalizing marijuana and trying to keep kids safe.
One doctor has set up shop on Federal Street to certify patients for medical marijuana just as the state has provisionally approved a dispensary downtown.
Australian drug law reform head says most people support the right of parents to do whatever they can to help a sick child