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Chemical-Free Cannabis: Canadian Growers Turn to Biological PesticidesSam Riches - Published on November 21, 2018Read more
Chemical insecticides are banned.
Meet Cody Van Gogh: The Canadian Creating Smokeable Works of ArtSam Riches - Published on November 8, 2018Read more
Koreans Could Face Criminal Charges for Using Cannabis in CanadaSam Riches - Published on October 29, 2018Read more
“Weed smokers will be punished according to the Korean law.”
The Hottest Item at This Toronto Design Boutique? State-of-the-Art Cannabis ChocolateSam Riches - Published on June 12, 2018Read more
A meticulous cannapreneur and a brave boutique have created a space for craft cannabis. Is there a place for them in the legal marketplace?
Cannabis Entrepreneur Antuanette Gomez Launches Bid for Toronto City CouncilSam Riches - Published on May 21, 2018Read more
After breathing new life into the Toronto chapter of Women Grow, Antuanette Gomez is shifting her focus to politics and, beginning next month, making a run for Toronto city council.
The Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty Fights to Right Prohibition’s WrongsSam Riches - Published on May 17, 2018Read more
The Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty is making sure the government can’t continue to deal in erratic hypocrisy, but must actually address the systemic and oppressive failings of prohibition.
Her Mission: Getting Craft Cannabis Into Ontario’s Government Cannabis StoresSam Riches - Published on March 14, 2018Read more
After making her name producing pop-up black-market cannabis markets, Lisa Campbell’s ready to help craft cannabis find its rightful place in Ontario’s government-controlled legal cannabis scene.
‘Sensible Ontario’ Brings the Fight for Ontario Cannabis Lounges to the PeopleSam Riches - Published on February 2, 2018Read more
The grassroots campaign Sensible Ontario is challenging Ontario’s cannabis legislation, pushing for both licensed cannabis lounges and private cannabis stores.
‘I Just Love Getting People High’: In the Kitchen With a Black-Market Edibles MakerSam Riches - Published on December 20, 2017Read more
The Canadian government won’t be ready to regulate an edibles market until 12 months after legalization. For now, producers like Fritz labor precariously, building up small businesses that face an uncertain future, while the legalization boom awaits.
Indigenous Cannabis: Revitalizing First-Nation Economies Through LegalizationSam Riches - Published on December 18, 2017Read more
“There is an undeniable sense within the First Nation community of not being left behind,” says Jacob Taylor, co-founder of the First Nations-owned and -operated socioeconomic development firm the Pontiac Group.