"Dear @CMAJ," Ian Mitchell tweeted, "there has NEVER been a confirmed case of #cannabis contaminated with narcotics."
Despite campaigns to target impaired driving due to alcohol, medication, or drugs, officers continue to remove drivers from roads.
Although the label states that the units contain CBD Light gelcaps, the containers incorrectly have THC gelcaps inside them instead.
The event at Cannabis Culture was part community gathering and part educational forum, featuring women directly involved in the world of plant medicine.
There is a high demand for smoke-free and discreet products. Around 35 percent of current users and 43 percent of likely consumers said they didn’t want to smoke or vape cannabis products.
The organization intends to use funds to establish an "independent financial affordability program" for medical cannabis consumers.
The federal point man on legalization announced a swell in funding on Wednesday.
Professional sports associations, including the NFL, NHL, and UFC, investigate cannabis for player care.
Send in your street drugs in to get them analyzed, free of charge.
Cannabis education is becoming more widespread.
Award-winning cannabis cookbook author shares an easy alternative to a traditional potato dish.
Topical cannabis products that are oh, oh, oh so sweet.
In an ever-changing industry, being able to lean on one another helps them get through the highs and lows.
Many women consider a lack of warnings from doctors to mean cannabis use is safe during pregnancy.
Award-winning cannabis cookbook author dishes on her favourite edibles for a cozy night in.
Physician-reported knowledge gaps in cannabis education isn’t a new concept.
RedeCan, a cultivation company already facing a product recall over mold, says it uses the tiny mites instead of pesticides to prevent spider-mite outbreaks.
By Marilou Gagnon and Adrian Guta
Bob Dillman says he won't eat until he has access to medical-grade cannabis.
Oh, oh, oh…Canada.
The former police officer isn't himself pro-weed, but he's open to cannabis-friendly solutions if it helps the city's overdose problem.
Founder Dave Weale says his love of the Grouse Grind and chocolate-covered espresso beans inspired the Grind Bar
At 28, Philip Kwong is dominating the cannabis-extractions game in Canada.
“I have developed a love for Vancouver Island–grown Super Silver Haze,” Courtland Sandover-Sly says.
By selling cannabis at below-market rates to low-income substance users, the High Hopes Foundation seeks to help people at risk of overdose access cannabis to use as a substitute for illicit drugs that have become increasingly contaminated by fentanyl and other potent opioids.
According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, cannabis is a Schedule I drug, and regulations associated with that have long made it difficult for researchers to conduct truly rigorous studies of the plant's medicinal effects.
Could the future of schizophrenia treatment and management be in cannabis?
From complacent to critical, CannaReps is empowering a shift in thinking at the consumer level.
As the concept of legal weed settles into Canadian culture, pot is filtering into the West Coast health scene, and, of course, there’s a yoga class for that, too. But practitioners of the discipline say cannabis-enhanced yoga is more than a fad—rather, it’s a reimagined concept dating back thousands of years.
It began as a passion project for cofounder Kelsey Yee.