CANNABIS CULTURE – Last week marked Vancouver’s 24th annual 420 celebration. Depending on the source, estimates of the crowd range between 40,000 and 100,000 attendees. Vancouver’s 420 is widely considered to be the largest open-air cannabis market in the world.
CANNABIS CULTURE – It was like any other spring afternoon on Parliament Hill. Tulips were pushing through their beds, people admired the eternal flame, an electric guitar wailed on the rounded steps to Parliament, ten thousand plus citizens smoked weed on the lawn. The children? Everyone is somebody’s child and they were all safely guarded byRead More
Thousands are expected to attend the 4-20 marijuana smoke-in at Vancouver’s Sunset Beach Friday, and while the legalization goal of the annual Weed Day will soon be met, an event organizer says there is much more to protest.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Marijuana protesters will take to the streets today in Toronto, Vancouver and cities around the world for The Global Marijuana March 2017.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis-lovers lit up by the thousands at 4/20 protests across Canada on April 20.
record number (at least by my rough head count) of people showed up to Hyde Park in London from across the country yesterday for the annual 420 event, celebrating marijuana use and protesting its continued illegality in the UK.
‘I think police have to show some greater discretion,’ says Edmonton defence lawyer Brian Beresh.
CANNABIS CULTURE – So, this is what it comes to. Cannabis Culture is proud to host Wu-Tang master Raekwon the Chef for Vancouver’s 4/20 protest this Thursday at Sunset beach.
The strong, sweet, distinctive smell was wafting its way across Dupont Circle.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The Gastown Riot – or Grasstown Riot – of August 7, 1971, was the first major battle for drug peace in Canada. There were earlier “smoke-ins”, to be sure, but this was the first confrontation between protesters and police. Despite the brutality of the police, they lost this battle.