I have seen the future, and the future of cannabis is grand. Big, exciting things are coming for cannabis and its users: innovation and technology will meet horticulture because of activists, lawyers, and politicians working together and recognizing the need for safe marijuana use in our societies. I work to support those in the cannabis community as we continue to push governments and educate citizens, override misleading propaganda, and guide intelligent debate as we take our place in a future where my vape is a fun accessory, not criminal paraphernalia..
Happy 4/20 2018! We’ve already talked seriously about what almost legal means for attending events this year (be safe!). And this is a day of celebration. So it’s time for our annual puff’n’pass poetry. […]
It’s April, and one of the big North American/International pot-party-protests is just around the corner: 4/20 2018 celebrations! But this year is a little bit different and a little bit […]
Twelve High Chicks thanks guest contributor Dennis Boisvert of POW420 for this article on knowing your (medical) cannabis rights in the USA. This article is experiential and should not be […]
Thank you to all our judges and entrants, and congratulations to the M.O.M. Cup 2018 winners. What a blast, and what a selection to judge! From our online judges enjoying […]
A Tribute to Late Activists Mary Elizabeth Woodside and Stephanie Leigh Hooker During these last few years of writing, most of it has been opinion-based or experience-based, and most definitely […]
Last year, Canadian Therapeutic Cannabis Partners Society received an email from Health Canada to be part of the legalization round table consultations. I thought it was spam or a joke. I […]
Cannabis has been misunderstood until very recently. The past couple of decades have unfolded revolutionary evidence of the role cannabinoids play in our bodies. And while today’s society adapts to […]
It may well be the saddest day in the history of Canadian activism: July 1st, 2015 in Vancouver, BC. Cannabis Day. For over twenty years, activists had gathered on July […]
The Liberal government is actually soliciting feedback on the proposed regulation of cannabis in Canada. When we first gained access to the Cannabis Act there were a lot of questions, […]
As a society we now know that prohibiting drugs carries a host of unintended and undesirable consequences. These include an increase in demand, a guaranteed unregulated underground market, and great […]
I host a weekly podcast (Cannabis and Coffee with Tamarijuana) that brings experts and patients together. I have been doing this now for just over a year. And what I […]
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