Ever since a Toronto company put out a job posting to test marijuana, applications have been flying in from across the country, says marijuana business AHLOT.
Toronto-based company AHLOT is offering up to $1,000 a month to 5 pot aficionados.
It’s an age-old pairing that’s sparked a sub-genre of films, shows and standup acts: cannabis and comedy.
Owner will open a smoking lounge if privatization legislation passed.
One of Canada’s best-known weed activists has a new business venture.
“We thought it was less than that,” says principal investigator Richard Belanger.
Jodie Emery is setting up shop in Kensington Market, launching a cafe that will occupy the space left behind by Casa Coffee, which recently closed.
Laurie Manzer says he was forced to remove marijuana from his prescription container.
Andre Rocher’s first thought upon hearing that his condo building would ban the smoking of marijuana after it’s legalized was that the move would be “very unfair” for homeowners.
CANNABIS CULTURE – This Saturday, Cannabis Culture’s own Princess of Pot, Jodie Emery, will lead the pack of cannabis activists rising up to take back the streets of Toronto.