Political opposition won't prevent cannabis protesters from gathering in the West End on April 20, according to one of the organizers of the event.
Vancouver’s iconic weed pin-up and activist shares her recipe for a savoury pastry.
A Toronto company says women-led small businesses are the key to breaking up the boys' club.
PNE directors say the smoke-friendly protest won’t happen at the East Vancouver fairground.
While cannabis is now available legally across Canada (theoretically, at least), it appears that roughly 80 percent of consumers continue to purchase it illegally.
We knew it would happen eventually: Martha Stewart is gracing the cannabis industry.
Vancouver’s iconic weed pin-up and activist shares her recipe for granola with a twist.
While officials issued stern warnings in the past, this is first public raid of a Vancouver dispensary since the federal legalization of cannabis.
A bill to expedite no-cost pardons for minor cannabis possession will be introduced the coming weeks.
A journalist’s deep-dive reveals a smokey coping mechanism.
The Toronto Medical Officer of Health will submit a report to Health Canada recommending a blanket prohibition on all “youth friendly” cannabis products.
New research debunks a flawed study linking 4/20 events to fatal car crashes.