Whether you’re ready or not, cannabis is coming to the neighbhourhood – and across Canada.
When I was pregnant with my daughter almost three years ago, many people assumed I would stop living my cannabis lifestyle because I was about to become a mom.
A new study wants to blaze a trail in marijuana research, and it’s calling on smokers for help.
As the July 2018 marijuana legalization date comes closer, universities and colleges looking to cash in on the burgeoning cannabis industry are figuring out ways to meet new demand for skilled workers
Education may not be the first thing that comes to mind when talking about a medical marijuana dispensary.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions kicked off 2018 by rescinding an Obama-era policy on marijuana, triggering a level of paranoia among weed users and entrepreneurs more commonly associated with that person who ate way too many edibles from the dispensary.
Growing your own cannabis is a rewarding experience, and not just because of the product that results from it.
Scientists are homing in on biological reasons for the age-old “cannabis makes sex better” theory, though there’ll need to be plenty of further research to come.
‘It’s a new frontier. The rush is happening whether we like it or not,’ says instructor.
Talk isn’t cheap for the founders of Ellementa. It’s the foundation of their business, a new digital platform and community that highlights how cannabis can be used to improve wellness for women.