Cannabis Day is pretty much like the annual 4/20 celebrations except it takes place in Canada, and it’s on a different day… Oh, and there is usually violence and or hospitalization involved. Besides that they are completely the same though.
At this years Cannabis Day, which the website describes as “ Vancouver celebrates Canada and cannabis,” things once again got interesting when protestors, who turned up at the Vancouver Art Gallery for the event turned violent and ultimately led to four arrests.
Last week was a hell of a week for the Obama administration. He successfully negotiated the Trans Pacific Partnership, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is here to stay, and gay marriage is now just marriage.
I join a bunch of other people in saying “Yayyyy!” Something’s been irking me, though, since he took a few minutes to sit down with Vice News in March to discuss climate change, among other pressing issues. In that interview the topic of marijuana legalization was brought up.
One of California’s most revered medical marijuana collectives is on the brink of closure. The Wo/Man’s Alliance for Medical Marijuana (WAMM) has provided medical marijuana to seriously ill patients for decades, but what makes it so iconic is its function as a true cooperative —patients are asked to provide a small donation if possible or volunteer for the organization in exchange for their medicine.
In efforts to slim down and become more streamline, one of Canada’s largest cannabis companies is announcing major layoffs.
Tilray had just opened it’s massive grow facility located in the Vancouver area in 2014. Before the recent round of layoffs, which in total netted 61 Tilray employed nearly 200 people at the grow operation giving them a high profile as one of the major employers in the region.
If this hasn’t happened to you, it’s probably because you don’t own a dog. You leave your freshly baked (or acquired) edibles saran wrapped on the counter, awaiting Sunday’s premiere of the latest True Detective. You go to work and upon your return notice Lassie isn’t quite as happy to see you as usual.
“What is it girl… Is Timmy stuck in the well?!” you ask. She stands still, gazing at you with rolling eyes and a lolling tongue.
Last month we reported on how well a medical marijuana bill was doing in Pennsylvania. Soon after that, the bill hit a wall in the state house; a wall consisting of one man, House Health Committee Chairman Matt Baker (R), who refuses to let the bill go through his committee because medical cannabis hasn’t been approved by the FDA.