The first country in Africa to allow the export of weed products was another little nation—Lesotho.
All hail the Queen.
If you hate smoking weed, you can still get high legally to bring in 2020.
When recreational cannabis was officially made legal in Canada in October 2018, there were a lot of complaints.
Willie Nelson is still getting ripped to the tits.
The "problem", Young wrote, is that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services policy states that "an applicant who is involved in certain marijuana-related activities may lack GMC (Good Moral Character) if found to have violated federal law".
One of Canada’s biggest cannabis producers has joined forces with a Canadian entertainment powerhouse.
Unfortunately, consumers won’t be able to purchase these products right away.
Cypress Hill co-founder's love of weed goes back to his childhood.
The debut line of high potency cannabis oils could be in the market by the end of the week.
Cannabis and hemp—the beer industry taps into new ingredients for brews set to hit the market after October.
As cannabis research on animals continues to emerge, Canadians are increasingly curious about the potential therapeutic properties of the plant for treating their fur babies.
Vancouver cannabis hub Blyssful Alchemy hosts educational seminars for curious consumers
Cannabis events are necessary to welcome in the nouveau weed.
The television show host and Canopy Growth Corp. consultant will keynote alongside Canopy’s founder, Bruce Linton.
This is Ontario’s second legal cannabis consumption zone slated for June
Everything you need to know about a cannabis contest championing science over subjectivity.
Stack ‘em, sink ‘em, smoke ‘em.
An indie game hub in the heart of Gastown is responsible for uniting pocket gamers and weed lovers the world over.
The West Coast rapper says Vancouver growers have "stepped it up."
The popular ice cream company served up a cold dish of reality aimed at American policy makers.
Cofounder John Kaye says the team’s focus is on representing their hometown of Port Coquitlam.
The California rap group told TMZ they’re ready to headline Vancouver’s annual cannabis event.
Conversation around Vancouver's annual 4/20 event has dissolved into a game of semantics.
Watch one of the greatest rappers of all time roll a fatty.
A growing list of Vancouver-based events happening on and around April 20—the international day of cannabis protest.
Queer and trans entrepreneurs are finding a home in the cannabis space.
This year's 4/20 is going to be insane in the brain.
Weed just got endorsed by the celebrity family in a big way.
The Pineapple Express actor's Sativa is officially up for grabs in his hometown.