CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc Emery will be released from US custody and and returned to Canada next week, according to an Immigrations & Customs Enforcement officer working on the case.
Browsing: Free Marc
Pot activist Marc Emery, who will be released from a U.S. prison this summer, has announced a cross-Canada tour aimed at unseating the Conservative government in 2015.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc Emery, a Canadian cannabis and political activist, is serving a five-year prison term (IN THE USA!) for selling cannabis SEEDS and funding the Cannabis Legalization Movement, with his policy to OVERGROW THE GOVERNMENT.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Listen to CBC Radio coverage of Jodie Emery's Free Marc Parliamentary press conference with Opposition MPs.
The fight to have the U.S.-imprisoned Marc Emery, aka the Prince of Pot, transferred to Canada for the remainder of his prison sentence was taken to Parliament Hill Tuesday where members of parliament joined his wife, Jodie Emery, in a public call for his return.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Canada's mainstream media has picked up the story: Opposition MPs will hold a press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa tomorrow morning with Jodie Emery, wife of imprisoned marijuana activist Marc Emery, to ask the government for the Prince of Pot's return home.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Help imprisoned marijuana activist Marc Emery by calling the Canadian Public Safety Minister's office on Tuesday, October 29, and politely asking the government to approve Marc's prison transfer back home to Canada.
Opposition MPs To Hold Press Conference on Parliament Hill with Wife of Imprisoned Marijuana Activist Marc Emery
CANNABIS CULTURE - Members of Parliament will hold a joint press conference on Ottawa's Parliament Hill with Jodie Emery to call on the Conservative government to approve Marc's transfer.
CANNABIS CULTURE - This weekend: A marijuana rally will take place in front of city hall in Windsor, Ontario, on Saturday October 5 at 2PM.
Marc Emery supporters and marijuana legalization advocates marched in Port Credit on Sunday to protest the convicted man’s term in a U.S. prison.