Did your 420-centric Instagram page get 86’d? Here are some steps you can take.
It’s designed, approved, and even secured a runway. Now, the revolutionary aircraft just needs a sponsor.
Proceeds of the event will send children affected by the opioid crisis to camp.
"Miss MJ gives you the opportunity to be the activist you’ve always dreamed of", unless you're married or transgender, states the contest's official website.
When it comes to weed, munchies have always been a part of the consumption experience.
The "potio" will be featured at Ontario's annual craft beer festival.
Vancouver’s iconic weed pin-up and activist shares her recipe for a savoury pastry.
We knew it would happen eventually: Martha Stewart is gracing the cannabis industry.
Jodie’s Joint opened in Toronto's Kensington Market in July 2018.
The Academy took the “high” in "high-end" literally this year.
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.
Weedy gifts for that special someone
Vancouver’s iconic weed pin-up and activist takes viewers step-by-step through preparing her favourite baking ingredient—cannabis shake flour
Audiences can catch the Sisters of the Valley at theatres across the U.S. in April.
Jokes N Tokes, a weekly standup series, invites comedy fans to chill out at local weed lounges.
Two industry couples say “high do” at a weekend-long weed event.
Could Vancouver become the next Amsterdam or Colorado?
For serious pot smokers, any list of Christmas tunes isn't complete without this 2008 offering.
Award-winning cannabis cookbook author dishes on her favourite edibles for a cozy night in.
From indicas to sativas and edibles to shatter, there’s a lot for a virgin smoker to catch up on.
“Basically, I roll joints and talk to people about weed.”
Tickets for Chef Travis Petersen's special event taking place at a secret Vancouver location on Saturday (December 15) are available now.
The shoes are insane.
“Fuck the president.”
The rapper says the company's name, "Gas", stands for "good ass shit".
A Canadian cannabis nomad combats global deforestation, one joint at a time.
Campers at registered campsites and hikers on trails and in the backcountry can consume cannabis in National Parks.
Windy Borman talks about telling the stories of the cannabis industry "Puffragettes".