New Canadian Medical Marijuana Rule Stresses Local Grower

Mike Dawe says he won't be able to afford to buy pot from private marijuana producers.

CANADA: A St. John’s man is upset by newly-created federal rules that would see medical marijuana production handed over to private companies. As of April 2014, growers like Mike Dawe will have to start buying it from companies licensed by the government. 

New Canadian Medical Marijuana Rule Stresses Local Grower

Mike Dawe says he won't be able to afford to buy pot from private marijuana producers.

CANADA: A St. John’s man is upset by newly-created federal rules that would see medical marijuana production handed over to private companies. As of April 2014, growers like Mike Dawe will have to start buying it from companies licensed by the government. 

Sensible B.C. Claims Transit Cops Are Pushing Marijuana Campaigners Out Of SkyTrain Stations

“TransLink is bound by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms,” Tousaw said. “That means that they’ve got to allow political speech, both around their property and on their property.”

CANADA: SENSIBLE B.C.’S TOP spokesperson has accused TransLink and Transit Police of “harassing” canvassers collecting signatures for a petition to decriminalize marijuana in British Columbia.

New Medical Marijuana Club Hope To Spark Pot Debate At University Of Manitoba

Steven Stairs is set up at the University of Manitoba during student group recruitment week.

CANADA: A University of Manitoba student is hoping to spark a debate about all things pot by recruiting fellow students to join a medical marijuana club on campus — the first of its kind in Canada.

Half Of Albertans In Favor of Legalizing Marijuana

A survey of 1,208 Albertans conducted for the Herald by polling firm Leger found 50 per cent of respondents support legalizing marijuana, 39 per cent are opposed and 11 per cent don’t have an opinion.

CANADA: As politicians of all stripes weigh in on the issue of legalizing marijuana, a new poll shows half of Albertans support the idea — and the sensitive question of whether public figures have smoked dope appears to have little impact on voters.

Half Of Albertans In Favor of Legalizing Marijuana

A survey of 1,208 Albertans conducted for the Herald by polling firm Leger found 50 per cent of respondents support legalizing marijuana, 39 per cent are opposed and 11 per cent don’t have an opinion.

CANADA: As politicians of all stripes weigh in on the issue of legalizing marijuana, a new poll shows half of Albertans support the idea — and the sensitive question of whether public figures have smoked dope appears to have little impact on voters.