A lawyer for several medical marijuana dispensaries has urged a B.C. Supreme Court judge to toss out an application to close the shops, saying the federal government failed to include them in its plan to legalize recreational cannabis.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – John Conroy, a lawyer fighting the pivotal “Allard” medical marijuana case in the Canadian courts, has announced that a decision will be handed down this Wednesday.
Two Vancouver lawyers who specialize in marijuana have warned that the College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C. may have put itself at risk of litigation when on May 5 it revised how doctors should counsel patients on medicinal cannabis.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Lawyers fighting for Canadian medical marijuana patients' right to grow at home presented their closing arguments Thursday in a landmark Constitutional Challenge playing out in a Vancouver federal courtroom.
A constitutional challenge of Canada’s new medical marijuana laws will hear from marijuana law experts from Holland, Israel and the U.S. when it begins Monday in Vancouver.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Vancouver will be a bud battleground during a pivotal court case that could determine the future of Canada's medical marijuana program and the fate of patients who choose to grow their own medicine.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Last month, a Canadian federal court granted an injunction against a ban on patient medical marijuana cultivation and designated growers under new federal regulations.
Patients who are currently licensed to grow their own pot will be permitted to continue producing the drug when new regulations take effect on April 1, a Federal Court judge ruled Friday.
Health Canada's new rules to take effect April 1 prohibit medical pot users from growing at home
Starting April 1, Canadian medical marijuana users have to buy dried buds from licensed businesses