British Columbians facing mandatory minimums for growing marijuana can breathe a sigh of relief, thanks to the outcome of a recent Kelowna court case.
While Breaking Bad writers might not know it, cannabis users who frequent a certain South Vancouver pot shop are more than aware: the legend of DEA agent Hank Schrader has been immortalized by a heavy-hitting strain of B.C. bud.
Over the last few days, federal members of parliament have been busy debating the pros and cons of Bill C-45, or the Cannabis Act, during a second reading in the House of Commons.
Picture this: you and your squad have just sparked up a joint of some prime, locally grown chronic and you’re trying to figure out what to do before the buzz kicks in.
B.C.’s newest licensed medical marijuana producer, Tantalus Labs, is taking growing out of the bunker and into the light.
B.C. scientists are conducting a study that is one of the first to compare the way different strains of marijuana might affect patients suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).