This Sunday is '420 Day', an organised protest in favour of cannabis legalisation, when users and campaigners are expected to turn up at the London park in huge numbers
A Hamilton man with a licence for medical marijuana has been charged in a wide-ranging undercover police investigation that the RCMP says resulted in the shutdown of a marijuana grow-op network.
This is a preview from Marc Emery’s autobiography, which he has been working on while in prison. The introductory chapter, called “The Prophecy”, is a strange but true story, seemingly foretelling Marc’s destiny when he was just 19 years old – even before he knew about marijuana.
City Lights, the London, Ontario bookstore formerly owned by imprisoned marijuana activist Marc Emery, has contributed hundreds of titles to a local prison book drive.
Marijuana activist Marc Emery visits City Lights Bookstore downtown London to say goodbye to friends before an expected prison sentence starting this fall.
.Despite police harassment and charges against them, these five brave merchants refuse to back down and are challenging the law.