When I was pregnant with my daughter almost three years ago, many people assumed I would stop living my cannabis lifestyle because I was about to become a mom.
Just a few days ago, Raeven Duckett and her partners marked a milestone: the first day of expanding their marijuana delivery service to recreational users.
“Motherhood, powered by love, fueled by coffee, sustained by wine.”
Talk isn’t cheap for the founders of Ellementa. It’s the foundation of their business, a new digital platform and community that highlights how cannabis can be used to improve wellness for women.
Report’s author cautions that findings should not be misinterpreted as proof of causal link.
About a third of Canadians in a recent poll (34 per cent) say they will at least try smoking marijuana after it becomes legal next summer
Imbalance of men in positions of power means ‘some issues that are just about women have gotten shortchanged’, says Democrat who proposed law.
Sarah Dobbin admits she didn’t know anything about the legal pot industry when she interviewed for a job at Leamington medical marijuana producer Aphria in 2014.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s promise to legalize marijuana has grabbed the attention of many pot entrepreneurs
Having spent a large amount of my youth at a Church of England all girls’ school, I had decided drugs were evil.