Nearly half of Canadian cannabis consumers purchase their weed illegally, reveals Statistics Canada’s National Cannabis Survey released Thursday (Aug. 15). Ten months after the country legalized recreational marijuana, 42% of those who partake admitted to buying at least some of their pot from an illegal source, such as a drug dealer. Legalizing the drug has not yet eliminated the black...
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Carly Barton, who has suffered neuropathy and fibromyalgia since having a stroke at 24, has gained support from top cops and MPs. Five crime commissioners are backing a bid to let seriously ill people grow their own cannabis without fear of arrest. They are calling for a change in the law to allow some patients with grave health conditions to legally...
Thousands expected at Bingemans in September for one-day celebration of marijuana. Thousands of tokers are expected at the Ontario Cannabis Festival where organizers hope to roll the longest joint in the world. Scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 7, at Bingemans, the spokesperson for the event says this will be the first festival of its kind in the province. Tony Millar is a familiar...
It’s was a rocky road to medical marijuana, but a new push towards full recreational legalization could put an initiative on the 2020 ballot — and it’s looking like there’s plenty of support. For years, the possibility of legalizing recreational adult-use marijuana in Florida was little more than an afterthought — but in recently, momentum’s picked up. In 2016, Florida...
Like any good chef about to open a restaurant, Andrea Drummer wants to get her pairings just right. But her lamb chops with plantain-mango salsa won’t be matched with wine or beer. Instead, a “budtender” — some in the industry call them ganjiers, as in ganja sommeliers — will help guests at the soon-to-open Lowell Farms cannabis cafe pair their...
Waterloo Brewing is getting in on the booming cannabis industry. On Wednesday the company announced they have secured a research license from Health Canada to begin development on a new cannabis-infused beverage (CIB). “The cannabis market has garnered a great deal of investor interest and after an in-depth review of our strategic options, the company is positioning itself to be a...