The Quebec government tabled legislation Wednesday that would impose the strictest cannabis controls in the country, raising the legal age to 21.
Legalized pot meets performative cooking in a slew of new shows — but is a full weed meal something we should be striving for?
CANNABIS CULTURE – Friday was Industry Day at the second annual Ottawa Cannabis and Hemp Expo. Nick Pateras of Growth Lift and Co was the emcee and moderator for the hundred buck a plate lunch.
Pot producer Aurora Cannabis Inc. reported a surge in revenues between July and September, and “strong” recreational pot sales since Canada legalized marijuana for adult use last month.
North Dakota voters opt not to legalize recreational use despite it already being OK for medical purposes.
People with sick children are still having to travel abroad to use cannabis – as thousands of patients are denied newly legal cannabis treatments.
Canadians the age of majority in their province can grow up to four plants a household, yet there is no legal means to obtain seeds.
The rows of marijuana plants sway under bright lights. A chef is preparing to dye gummy cubes different colors, while a worker labels packages.
Adam Brett says he plans to try Ontario’s online cannabis store, but not until the kinks are worked out.
While retailers and cannabis consumers let loose, a Calgary lawyer isn’t celebrating cannabis legalization.