B.C. Compassion Club founder Hilary Black will be part of a panel discussion moderated by one of the newspaper's Canada correspondents.
Emery is hawking black market pot leaf merchandise in a challenge to provincial authorities.
“Fuck the president.”
University of Toronto is banning all smoking on their campuses.
The OCS waited six days to tell the affected customers.
The first golden rule when it comes to cannabis in cars is to avoid consuming while seated inside, full stop.
Postmedia Network Inc. canceled the deliveries in an effort to comply with Canada’s strict guidelines on cannabis advertising.
Legalization may actually make it harder for people living with a chronic illness to access and benefit from cannabis.
The first installment of Peter Hlookoff's running commentary on Vancouver's war on drugs.
When a corporation's value on paper runs into the billions, it offers a fair amount of latitude to start taking over potential competitors.
Reputable online companies like Crop King Seeds have an established brand with a large following of repeat customers and high quality seeds.
The province's legal cannabis supplier announces cuts to shipping rates and delivery times on all online orders.
Now, there are officially two legal stores in the province.
The rapper says the company's name, "Gas", stands for "good ass shit".
Lawyer Annamaria Enenajor heads a national campaign to expunge the criminal records of Canadians convicted of possessing up to 30 grams of weed.
Cannabis inspectors can issue fines for dispensary infractions and confiscate illicit products without warrant.
Bob Dillman says he won't eat until he has access to medical-grade cannabis.
The owner of Weeds Glass and Gifts, Don Briere, is not showing any discernible distress about attempts by the feds and provinces to control the wholesale distribution of pot.
Oh, oh, oh…Canada.